2003.12.01 - 2003.12.07   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)

Europe leads the broadband revolution?
Nokia's market share drops in 3Q.
Identity theft, a costly problem.
US can't leave EU Galileo project alone.
Sony cuts PSX features for Xmas deadline.
HP joins "Online Music Shop-club".
Sony ships 23GB Blue-Ray PDD drive.
Gametrac, new mobile console or vaporware?
RIAA sues another 41 people over P2P usage.
Inventor claims 2GBit/s Wireless LAN speeds.

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)

Stardust photographs it's target comet.
Possible "light" planet detected around Vega.
Scientists zoom in on the proton.
Flat-lens imaging successfully demonstrated.
Get ready for NED displays.
Chinese produce "spray-on" electronic ink.
International "Return to the Moon" conference.
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)

Prescott to lanuch on February 2nd (2004).
XGI ready to ship Dual Volari GFX card.
ATI preparing PCI Express, Athlon 64 chip-set.
New AMD roadmap explains ""pin strategy".
Intel puts Wi-FI tech into next P4 chip-set.
Intel ships "Banias" based ULV Celeron.
Worldwide chip sales increasing.
ATI samples HDTV chip.
nVidia expands QuadroFX line.
HP to use Transmeta chips in PC Blades.

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

Partly Win compatible Xandrox Linux out soon.
Linux kernel security problem fixed.
Open VMS cluster beats competition?