Q&A: Cisco's Mike Volpi discusses the edge router marketCisco Senior VP Mike Volpi talks about the market, competitors and the future of Cisco's edge router line. Click here for the full interview.FCC lifts regulations on Verizon's high-speed data servicesA decision by the FCC on Monday lifts regulations that restrict what Verizon can charge for high-speed data services, in effect, allowing the carrier to charge what it wishes for these services. But Verizon will likely keep its prices in line with competitors in an effort to remain competitive. Click here for more.Trojan horse? Researchers warn of Trojan hearseSecurity researchers at Sana Security are warning of a new type of malicious software designed to steal usernames and passwords from Web surfers. The malware, dubbed "rootkit.hearse," uses rootkit cloaking techniques, making it extremely difficult to detect. Click here for details.Securing the databaseOn Network World's Hot Seat this week, Ted Julian of Application Security talks about the new threats to database security and what you need to do to protect your company's information and reputation. Watch it now.Windows Vista release pushed back to January 2007The broad availability of the Windows Vista client operating system has slipped into next year, Microsoft Co-President of the Platform and Services Division Jim Allchin announced Tuesday. Click here for more.MIT profs attack last-million-mile problemIf you think your wireless is slow, imagine what it\u2019s like to be a scientist waiting for data being beamed back from Mars via existing wireless RF technology. "It can take hours," says Karl Berggren, assistant professor in MIT\u2019s Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Click here for more.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.