2004.10.25 - 2004.10.31
A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
EU considers fingerprints for all passports.
Oracle gets go-ahead to buy Peoplesoft.
Sony reveals PSP pricing (under $200).
Apple opens Euro iTunes store.
Wireless broadband threatens 3G revenue?
Apple releases the iPod Photo.
Global mobile phone shipments up 25% in 3Q.
Vodafone & Sun sign JAVA deal.
RIAA files 963 new lawsuits against filetraders.
VIA sales boost narrows 3Q loss.
nVidia increases 3Q revenue forecast.
ATI takes market lead from nVidia?
TSMC & UMC post their 3Q results.
NASA deploys new 42TFLOPS supercomputer.
Win XP "Release 2" expected next year?
Google's GMail "wide open" for attack?
Google buys 3D mapping company "Keyhole".
Security flaw found in Linux 2.6.
Intel releases P4 EE with 1GHz FSB.
VIA announces dual-core CPU.
AMD produces cheap Internet PC-in-a-box.
Cassini snaps best pictures yet of Titan.
NASA sets mid-May launch date for shuttle.
NASA postpones DART launch.
Scientists claim "Big Bang" is a normal event.
NASA works to lower shuttle flight risk.
Researchers will give robots better vision.
(Mad?) Scientist "creates" bio-neural net.
MilkyWay companion puzzles astronomers.
Ape controls robot with brain signals.
deploys the F22 Raptor fighter.