News bites: Obama claims broad cyber war powers

A secret legal review has concluded that President Obama has broad powers to order a preemptive cyberattack, The New York Times learned. 

The wireless industry and technology giants are battling over a plan to create super Wi-Fi networks, The Washington Post writes.

The divide between the United States and Europe over protecting personal information appears to be growing, according to The New York Times.

Google, Microsoft and Amazon are competing for dominance in the cloud computing business, The Wall Street Journal reports. 

MarketingLand notes that Twitter was mentioned in half of the Super Bowl commercials, while Facebook was mentioned in only 8 percent.