Nyxem worm: Quiet so farThe Nyxem worm, also known by the names Kama Sutra, MyWife and Blackdoom, was set to activate a dangerous payload Feb. 3 that would wipe out files held in infected desktop computers. However, as the day moves forward hour by hour across the globe, security experts say they see few signs yet of widespread Nyxem damage. Click here for more.GM announces multibillion-dollar integration contract winnersGeneral Motors Thursday announced a five-year, multibillion-dollar systems integration plan that divvies up the work among a host of vendors, including Capgemini, Compuware Covisint, EDS, HP, IBM and Wipro. Click here for more.RIM wins patent case in the U.K.Research In Motion, the maker of the BlackBerry, has won two patent-related lawsuits in Europe against InPro Licensing SARL, a Luxembourg patent holding company. Click here for more.Fake F-Secure e-mail contains malwareA Trojan horse has been sent to e-mail addresses disguised as a message from antivirus software vendor F-Secure in Helsinki, Finland, the company said in a statement. Click here for more.Capture video with the Adaptec GameBridgeAdaptec's GameBridge lets you capture video on a PC from camcorders, TVs, and videogame systems. In this week\u2019s Cool Tools video, Keith tests it out and gets in a Super Bowl preview by recording a Steelers-Seahawks tilt in Madden NFL 06. Click here for more.Super Bowl security to use sensor fusionAs some 65,000 football fans gather at Ford Field in Detroit Sunday for this year\u2019s Super Bowl XL, Michigan National Guard troops will be patrolling the stadium and nearby neighborhoods with handheld computers and special sensors tied together in a uniform system to fight terrorist threats. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, where the Super Bowl party is always raucous:A moment of silence for the official end of the telegram; Apple sued for alleged iPod-induced hearing loss; and Bill Gates complains about letters from the IRS; all this and more today at your home for not-just-networking news.Get all of today\u2019s news, updated all day long on the NetFlash news page at NetworkWorld.com. Plus, see the Weekend Edition for this week's cartoon, quote of the week, and top 5 lists.