2003.11.10 - 2003.11.16   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)

Microsoft readies for EU anti-trust hearing.
Nokia unveils "Push to talk" phones.
US game console (percentage) figures.
Dell posts increased profits for 3Q.
Infineon posts first profit in 9 quarters.
Nokia batteries not to blame?
Sony launches portable video player.
Rumors about IBM's interest in Novell.
AOL takeover rumors circle the web.

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)

Mars Express avoids solar flare damage.
Mars images once again suggest rivers.
ESA plans "Mars Sample Return" mission.
New theory describes dark matter distribution.
ALMA construction officially underway.
ESA takes a "Gamma" look at Milky Way.
Japan's troubled Mars mission.
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)

AMD to push Opteron to 2.2GHz real soon?
Inte to ship 3.4GHz P4 before "Prescott".
Intel ships 2.5 GHz Mobile Celeron.
New AMD Opteron roadmap.
nv40 speculation continues.
University presents "Reversible Computing".
ATI ships "Mobility Fire GL T2".
Tech battle for Bluetooth replacement.
Overview of Intel's "Centrino 2".
AMD's 90nm SOI process analysed.
First dual core Itanium to get 24MB L3 cache.
SiS ships 939-pin Athlon chip-set early.
Low power Opterons revealed.

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

M$ prepared to cripple Windows for EU?
Latest Microsoft security patches.
Nokia's N-Gage security cracked already.
IBM promotes "DB2 Everyplace" for handhelds.
Sun's Linux desktop to silence doubters?
Futuremark releases optimization killer patch.