2004.03.01 - 2004.03.07   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)

Who will govern the Internet?
Sweden has the best broadband prices in EU?
No hard-drive in Xbox2?
Psion defends it's sale of Symbian.
Michael Dell plans to step down as Dell CEO.
UMI offers 300,000 songs online.
Gateway to reduce it's staff by another 2k.
MSI to start offering ATI based GFX cards.
EA boss doesn't like current N-Gage.
John Romero hints at N-Gage 2?

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)

NASA now certain Mars was soaked in water.
Rosetta comet-chaser finally launched.
VLT team finds most distant galaxies yet.
CERN celebrates 50:th birthday.
Quantum dots deliver single photons.
String theory explains "Information Paradox"?
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)

nVidia adds MPEG features to nv40.
Athlon FX-53 to be released this month?
Intel enhances Xeon MP line.
AMD's production of 90nm to start mid-April?
939 pin Athlon 64 supports 1GHz HT.
Dell hints at Opteron usage after all?
nVidia's GF5700 first to offer GDDR3?
Samsung joins IBM 65nm R&D.

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

IBM wants to make Java "Open Source"?
IBM to "buy" back software developers?
M$ declares war on spam.
A decade of spam!
Sony confirms easy portability to PSP.
SCO confirms M$ connection?
Gartner urges M$ set the record on new XP.
MP3 with DRM to be shown at CeBIT.
Netsky-D worm spotted in the wild.
A number of Beagle variants hit the net.
Worms hide content with password protection.
Doom III to hit the shelves on April 15:th?