News bites: AT&T says iPhone 5 breaks sales record

AT&T said the iPhone 5 is its fastest-selling iPhone ever, Reuters reports.

The New York Times looks at Microsoft's decision to make "Do Not Track" the default on Internet Explorer.

In a TechCrunch op-ed, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski argues the government should play a role in boosting Internet speeds.

The New York Times reports on Aereo's fight to offer online streams of broadcast TV channels.

Web companies have to walk a fine line between protecting speech and preventing violence, The New York Times writes.

A trade judge ruled that Apple did not infringe Samsung's patents, according to Bloomberg.