News bites: North Korea training 'cyber warriors,' experts say

South Korean security experts say that North Korea is training "cyber warriors" to launch attacks, The Associated Press reports. 

The resignation of Federal Communication Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski could prevent Rupert Murdoch from buying The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times writes. 

Apple bought indoor GPS company WifiSLAM to help it take on Google's map service, The Wall Street Journal writes. 

Dell is now considering bids from Blackstone Group and Carl Icahn in addition to its founder Michael Dell, according to The New York Times.

Ars Technica interviews outgoing Republican FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell.