2003.03.10 - 2003.03.16   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)

EC finds Microsoft guilty...Now what?
Mobile phone sales up 6% in 2002.
Nokia adjusts 1Q forecast.
Video broadcasting 3G phones in 2006?
Sony moves PS2 production to China.
Motorola preps Symbian smartphone.
Creative prepares portable media player.
HP intros pay per use supercomputer deal.
Samsung launches biggest TFT TV screen yet.
DVD-recorders, the next big thing?

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)

Jupiter moon count raises again.
Virtual Observatory surprise discovery.
Cheap nanocluster tech performs logical ops.
Sandia developed material enhances batteries.
SETI project to re-examine 150 signals.
Extrasolar "Hot Jupiter" loosing mass.
NASA getting ready to launch SIRTF.
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)

Intel introduces Centrino, mobile platform.
AMD launches Athlon XP-M mobile chips.
VIA/S3 to introduce DeltaChrome GFX chip.
nVidia launches new mobile GFX chips.
ATI launches Mobility Radeon 9600.
Transmeta integrates North Bridge into Astro?
Intel officially announces 3GHz Xeons.
VIA announces KT400A chipset.
AMD drops CPU prices.
Opteron gets new model numbering.
400MHz FSB Barton could launch early. (April)
China develops it's own DSP.

Software Roundup (General SW, Security, Virus-alerts)

Video game sales top Hollywood's earnings?
Sun's Star Office 6.1 hits the shelves?
Worm exploits weak Windows passwords.
Bibrog-B worm does all kinds of tricks.
Fix for serious security flaw in Opera.