2004.06.28 - 2004.07.04
A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
3G operators ask Swedish gov for respite.
EC steers Europe into nano-electronics future.
French Telecom needs to pay back €1bn?
EC launches "embedded systems" initiative.
EC wants more resources put in wireless R&D.
Apple announces new iMac.
Sony claims PSP is still "on target".
100M downloads for Apple's music shop.
Commodore brand returns as an MP3 player.
Megapixel cams killing MMS?
Fujitsu & M$ make Itanium deal.
Sony announces HDD walkman.
New Motorola phone offers 1.3Mpix cam.
Adaptec buys RAID tech from IBM.
Cassini spacecraft arrives at Saturn.
Cassini sends back images of Saturn's rings.
Cassini shows unseen Titan features.
ISS spacewalk repair mission successful.
New Dark matter/energy theory presented.
NASA to make machines smarter.
Intel officially presents it's 64-bit Xeon.
Intel prepares i925XE chip-set with 1GHz FSB.
Intel to debut low-end "Grantsdale" chip-sets.
Elpida boots DRAM speeds.
nVidia launches PCI-E Quadros.
Chip biz invests heavily in fabs in 2004.
Apple claims "Longhorn" features in next OS.
64-bit WinXP features analysed.
M$ about to ship Windows CE 5.0.
Cyber extortionists target betting sites.
Gates defends Microsofts's patching efforts.
Java growing in Mobile devices.
Sun brings 3d interface to Open Source.
M$ posts workaround for IE security flaw.
MSN upgrades search engine.
China jumps to IP v9.