2004.09.20 - 2004.09.26
A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
Nintendo to launch Gameboy DS in November.
Another survey claims mobile phones are safe.
Adobe posts better than expected results.
Nokia abandons ring-tones market.
EFF asks US court to dismiss "vague" patents.
Hynix faces accounting fraud fines.
IT Security firms TruSecure & Betrusted merge.
Mobile phones on planes allowed from 2006?
New JVC cam blurs line between movie/still.
M$ issues new patch for WinXp SP2.
Google creating it's own web-browser?
M$ extends its attack on spammers.
Nokia to introduce content filtering.
M$ adjusts volume licensing rules.
P-Cube hunts down "Zombie-PCs".
"Sasser-kid" offered security job.
M$ shows Office source code to governments.
Adobe starts Acrobat 7.0 beta test.
HP dumps the Itanium chip from server line-up.
VIA announces PCI-E chip-set for Athlon 64.
Intel's latest desktop roadmap.
AMD releases 90nm mobile Athlon 64 3000+.
AMD & IBM extend chip co-op deal to 2008.
Samsung shows off its latest memory tech.
New methane discovery on Mars.
Mars rover mission extended 6 more months.
NASA puts $400M into nuclear space probe.
Hubble reveals early universe - again.
ISS still troubled by failing oxygen generator.
New, powerful telescope awaits unveiling.
Astronomers get a glimpse of a neutron star.
ESA studies water in Zero-G (space).
Scientists detect colliding galactic clusters.
SpaceDev announces piloted "spaceship".