News bites: Obama ordered cyberattacks on Iran

President Obama ordered a series of cyberattacks against Iran, according to The New York Times.

Google is turning the antitrust tables against Microsoft and Nokia with a new complaint, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Verizon plans to buy Hughes Telematics, which makes car technologies, for $612 million, Bloomberg reports.

Kim Dotcom, the founder of Megaupload, has scored several legal victories, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Facebook's website suffered outages, Reuters reports.

And Bloomberg reports on Acer and Toshiba taking on the iPad with new Windows tablets.