Today’s e-Reads: Apple Returning Some Manufacturing to U.S.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company will resume manufacturing some of its Macintosh computers in the United States, according to The New York Times.
John McAfee, who founded the antivirus company with the same name, has been arrested in Guatemala City after being wanted for questioning by police in Belize in the killing of his neighbor, the Associated Press reports.
The Federal Trade Commission has sided with Apple in a battle with Google over the Internet firm’s efforts to keep Apple from using some of Google's “standard essential patents,” which it must license at fair and reasonable terms, according to All Things D.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini says that the microprocessor maker’s next chief will likely come from within the company, Bloomberg reports.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the FBI is investigating a cyberattack against personal computers belonging to former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mike Mullen.
CNET examines what may happen at the International Telecommunication Union conference, which began this week in Dubai and has sparked fears that new regulations could be imposed on the Internet. National Journal's latest story on the issue can be found here.
Apple and Google have both begun offering e-books in Brazil, Reuters reports.