Today's e-Reads: Windows Chief Departs, and Google Faces Antitrust Ultimatum
The head of Microsoft's Windows division is leaving after 23 years, The New York Times reports.
The Federal Trade Commission is pressuring Google to resolve the agency's antitrust concerns or face a lawsuit, according to Bloomberg.
Employee perks are proliferating under Apple CEO Tim Cook, The Wall Street Journal finds.
John McAfee, the founder and namesake of the computer-security firm McAfee, is wanted by police in connection to a killing in Belize, Fox News reports.
Lockheed Martin, a top Pentagon contractor, says that cyberattacks on its networks are increasing sharply, according to Reuters.
The United Arab Emirates is giving officials wide new powers to monitor and restrict Internet communication, the Associated Press reports.