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Top Headlines In Tech | 10/18/2011

10/18/2011 by: The SunView Team

Mr. Gates goes to trial...again, but this time with Novell, and if that doesn't make you feel like you just took a trip back to the turn of the century, the announcement that Motorola is relaunching the RAZR brand should. Be careful though, researchers post a warning about the latest cyber-surveillance malware. Of course, no need to worry about malware on the Android OS, which just had a leak of widgets - ahead of the official launch. Finally, we hope you tweet this - even if it is one of 250 million of them per day. All this in Today's Top Headlines in Tech.

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates is heading to court to testify in an anti-trust lawsuit filed by Novell, a creator of network operating systems. Novell claims Microsoft purposely shut it out of the marketplace
If you remember from a teaser video posted a few days ago, today is a big day. Verizon and Motorola have finally announced the much-anticipated Droid RAZR, the next LTE beast to grace big red's shelves. Here at the launch event in New York City, we're hearing four words over and over again: faster, thinner, smarter, and stronger. And that's exactly how we'd describe the new Droid RAZR.
Stuxnet 2.0? Researchers find new 'cyber-surveillance'malware threat - ZD Net
Researchers at Symantec have sounded an alarm for a new piece of malware with "striking similarities" to Stuxnet, the mysterious computer worm that targeted nuclear facilities in Iran.
We expect to be hearing plenty more about Ice Cream Sandwich before the day is out, but that doesn't mean there isn't still room for some last-minute leaks.
Twitter: 250 million tweets a day - MSNBC
There's a whole lotta chirping going on: Twitter chief executive Dick Costolo said users of the short-messaging blog are sending 250 million tweets a day.