Noon News: Nokia Lumia 800 Battery Fix, iTunes Credit Black Friday Scam, Facebook Law Enforcement Guidelines

Nokia has announced that it will roll out two software updates that should fix recurrent battery-related issues that have plagued the Nokia Lumia 800. The company issued a statement saying that "A software update in early December will include improvements to power efficiency, while a second update in early January introduces further enhancements to battery life and battery charging."

If security experts are to be believed then internet users are the new targets of cyber criminals via new gift certificate scam. Internet users are receiving an email which claims to have been sent from Apple's iTunes store, according to a blog posted on Eleven security blog. The mail contains a ZIP file which has a malware capable of allowing hackers easy access to the computer system of the recipient.

Facebook's internal guidelines, which shows how the company deals with data requests made by law enforcement agencies have been ‘leaked' to the web. Reports started coming in that Anonymous and LulzSec hackers had managed to get their hands on the guidelines and leaked for everyone to see.

The highly anticipated Black Friday 2011 is not too far and definitely is a great opportunity to save some money while purchasing some amazing gadgets and electronic products. Like other electronic retailers Microsoft retail stores will also open their Black Friday sale from 12 AM PST.

Content delivery network (CDN) provider Jet Stream has inked a commercial partnership deal with NGINX to bring specialised CDN offerings to the enterprise. Jet Stream said that the partnership with the open source web server maker will allow it to deliver CDN solutions to network providers, enterprises, telecom companies and content providers.