News bites: Internet TV makes Emmy history

Google's second quarter earnings results showed the company is continuing to struggle with making more money on mobile ads, according to The New York Times.

Netflix's TV drama "House of Cards" garnered 14 Emmy nominations on Thursday, which analysts expect will encourage more online companies to produce their own shows, The Washington Post reports.

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that police will now have to get a search warrant before procuring tracking information from cellphone providers, The New York Times reports.

Former CIA Director Michael Hayden accused Huawei of spying for the Chinese government, setting off the latest round of headaches for the telecommunications equipment maker, The Wall Street Journal writes.

China is using Taiwan as a testing ground for cyberattacks, according to Reuters.

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