2004.08.30 - 2004.09.05
A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
Apple launches new iMac G5.
Internet "celebrates" 35:th birthday.
Nokia steadies mobile phone market share.
Nokia's N-Gage console reaches 1M mark.
Intel lowers 3Q estimates.
Microsoft offers cheap(?) music downloads.
Samsung adds NFC to mobile phone line.
Archos handheld "console" shipping.
WinXP SP2 has 10% "glitch-factor"?
Blue-Ray group picks Microsoft's VC-9 codec.
Trojan downloader worm Bagle-AQ hit the net.
Old PCs "mined" for information.
Spammers adapt to e-mail authentication.
M$ releases beta of Media Player 10.
MessageLabs on anti-spam offensive.
ATI readies Radeon X700.
AMD shows dual-core 90nm Opterons.
New P4 to feature 2MB (on-die) L2 cache?
Intel adds L2 cache to mobile Celerons.
Intel to fix Prescott leakage @ 65nm.
Intel produces 65nm "test-chips".
Two Neptune-mass exoplanets found.
Genessis spacecraft ready for re-entry.
Astronomers start mapping known universe.
Particle physicists test virtual super-computer.
SETI researchers "deny" alien signal claims.
Super-solid state of matter discovered?