News bites: Apple responds to iPhone concerns

Apple responded to the uproar over location-tracking on the iPhone, saying it will release a software update aimed at curbing some of the concerns, TechCrunch reports. Apple says the phone isn't tracking its own location, but rather the location of nearby Wi-Fi hotspots and cell towers.

Google and Apple collect location data from PCs, not just phones, The Wall Street Journal reports.

YouTube could be close to a deal to offer new-release movies for rental, The New York Times reports

Bids for MySpace are expected this week, The Wall Street Journal reports

The New York Times explores the orchestration and implications of WikiLeaks's latest document release.

Apple announced that the white version of the iPhone will be available April 28 at standard pricing, TechCrunch reports.