2005.03.28 - 2005.04.03   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)
Banhof takes on Antipiratbyrån in court?
EDGE network launched in Switzerland.
Taiwan launches 'fake HD DVD' (FVD).
HP appoints new CEO.
Old people need IT too: EC.
HP sues ink-cartridge refillers.
Qwest bids $8.9bn for MCI.
Billionare backs P2P firm's legal battle.
Sony pays $90M in patent dispute.

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)
Toshiba shows superfast charging battery.
NASA asks for public opinion about mission.
Evidence of star formation in galactic clash?
ISS astronauts launch mini satellites.
Origin of the Moon still puzzles scientists.
Deep Impact camera blurry.
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)
Dual core Opteron to debut early?
Intel introduce new Xeon 'platform'.
AMD ready to show its CPU virtualization tech?
Toshiba, Elpida show fastest XDR RAM yet?
ATI sets no limit for its multirendering tech?
Transmeta needs to reorganize?

Software Roundup (General SW, Security, Virus-alerts)
Win XP 64 finally goes gold.
Gmail grows to 2GB.
ICANN introduces $2 internet tax on domains.
Red Hat posts healthy 4th quarter.
M$ finally complies to EC?
M$ releases SP1 for Windows Server 2003.
Oracle buys security firm.
ISPs team up against hackers.