News bites: EA settles college sports lawsuit

Electronic Arts agreed to settle a lawsuit over the use of student athletes' images in video games and said it is canceling its next college football video game, Bloomberg reports. 

Officials at Sprint and T-Mobile are arguing that regulators should allow them to merge, The Wall Street Journal writes. 

Google will make major changes to its search algorithm to handle more complex queries, The New York Times reports. 

The Wall Street Journal examines the backlash from privacy advocates and advertising firms over Google's planned new tool for tracking Internet users. 

EBay will buy online and mobile payment provider Braintree for $800 million, according to The Associated Press.