2005.02.21 - 2005.02.27   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)
Sony halts PSX production?
VoIP grows internationally.
China now has 90M (censored)internet users?
IBM dominates Server market in 4Q.
HP sued over chipped ink cartridges.
EU to set out guidelines for RFID.
O2 and Kodak team up for online pic service.

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)
Mars Express detects pack-ice on Mars.
First ever "Dark galaxy" detected?
US scientists plan to scan for nukes?
Japan sucessfully launches rocket.
Manned Moon-base no longer Sci-Fi.
Scientists hunt gravity waves with pulsars?
Artificial eyes available by 2010?
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)
nVidia launches GoForce 6800U for notebooks.
nVidia launches nForce4 chipset for Intel.
VIA launches chipset for AMD's Turion.
Intel cuts prices on selected CPUs.
Dell remains stubborn about AMD refusal.
Intel changes 'Tukwila' (Itanium) plans.
IBM rolls out Xeon server with its own chipset.
SiS prepares dual PCIe chipset for Athlon 64s.
Toshiba sees increased demand for FlashMem.
Socket A reaches end of the line in March.
G70 name appears in latest nVidia drivers.

Software Roundup (General SW, Security, Virus-alerts)
WinXP SP2 download becomes forced update?
Sober-K worm hides behind fake FBI tag.
A standardization of IT vulnerability tests?
M$ tightens WinXP activation procedures.
Researchers try to predict future worms.