News bites: Amazon hits snag in securing top-level domain name

The nonprofit in charge of overseeing the rollout of top-level domain names ruled that Amazon should not take control of the Web address ending in ".Amazon," The Wall Street Journal says.

Apple is taking a different strategy toward TV than Google by trying to collaborate with distributors like Time Warner Cable and Disney on apps, according to The New York Times.

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board wants to hear from Google, Microsoft and other companies about what kind of data and access to servers they've given the U.S. government, Bloomberg writes. 

The U.K. government will review the operations of a cybersecurity center run by Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei in the south of the country to ensure Britain's telecommunications network is secure, Reuters reports.