2005.02.07 - 2005.02.13   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)
Future of storage: Holographic Versatile Disc.
Sony to unveil PS3 ahead of E3?
Mobile gaming analysis.
MP3tunes selling music without DRM.
Fujitsu sells flat panel division.
Cisco posts improved sales, but shares fell.
Dell sets its goal - $80bn revenue.
SonyEricsson chooses PowerVR MBX chip.
Carly Fiona quits as HP's CEO.

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)
Earth-bound telescopes salvage Huygens data.
Improved Arianne 5 rocket lifts off successfully.
Miniature 'solar' systems detected.
Interim chief appointed at NASA.
Earth to Mars in a month with solar sail?
Simulation shows limitations of black holes.
Astronomers detect a star leaving our galaxy.
Next shuttle crew will bring tile repair-kits.
Lunar mission to scan for mineral composition.
Atomic chain 'anchors' detected.
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)
Official Cell technical specs.
PS3 to feature a 4.6GHz Cell (65nm) chip?
nVidia launches Go 6600 mobile GPU.
Intel prepares dual-core P4EE.
Intel to bring Centrino to the desktop.
Intel launches 64-bit Xeon onslaught?
Intel reveals dual-core Itanium details.
Intel has 65nm dual-core chips up and running?
AMD planning attack on embedded chip biz?
nForce 5 for Pentiums out in April?
Sun dumps Intel from it's X86 server range.
Rambus shows off PS3 memory tech.
1.7bn transistors in dual-core Itanium!
Intel looks at 'quantum well' transistors.
Intel to launch desktop 6xx Pentiums.

Software Roundup (General SW, Security, Virus-alerts)
Open GL ES 2.0 to launch at SIGGRAPH?
13 EU countries launch joint strike on spam.
BitTorrent loosing battle against MPAA?
13 patches in security update from M$.
Security issue detected in Symantec products.
Cars hit by wireless virus.
M$ buys e-mail security firm Sybari.