Today's e-Reads: Does leading Google prepare you to be Commerce secretary? Can you use Amazon as a mobile iPod? And are we all going to die in a cyberattack?
Clyde Prestowitz writes about why President Obama should appoint Google CEO Eric Schmidt to be the next Commerce secretary.
PC World reports on Amazon’s efforts to get into the online music market with its new cloud-based music streaming service.
The Wall Street Journal reports on Nokia’s latest lawsuit against Apple claiming the tech firm has infringed its patents.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey is returning to the company to head product development, according to The New York Times.
The LA Times has a general review on the threat of cyberwarfare to the U.S.