2005.11.28 - 2005.12.04   |   A summary of the past weeks main technology & science news. Updated every Sunday.
General IT (General, Business, Financial, Misc)
Nintendo to fully disclose Revolution in May.
Blue-Ray gets official launch "date".
$12bn bid for Danish Telco TDC.
Nokia puts N-Gage on ice?
Cybercrime overtakes drug trafficing.
Samsung shows biggest flexible LCD yet.
Taiwan's FVD goes into mass production.
Intel to launch it's viiv platform in January.
Lamabox, the controversial P2P mediacenter.
65" LCOS screen nearing launch?
Nokia intros 3 new 3G phones.

Science Roundup (Science & Astronomy)
NASA offers cash prize for robotic solutions.
Titan data renders more information.
Neptune-sized exoplanet orbiting red dwarf.
Mini "solar system" causes naming confusion.
US Air Force trials PhaSR.
Semiconductor Roundup (CPUs, Chip-sets, Memory)
Intel to launch 65nm Presler before years end?
AMD's Athlon FX 60 to launch on January 10th.
AGEIA postpones PPU debut to early 06.
Intel readies "Averill" corporate platform.

Software Roundup (General SW, Security, Virus-alerts)
Skype adds video over IP to it's software.
Firefox 1.5 released.
"Extremely critical" security flaw found in IE.
MP3.com founder launches mp3 storage.
Google announces "click to call" service.
Microsoft's Anti Virus service goes beta.
Popular Seti@home moves to BOINC platform.
M$ ends Vista beta 2 trial.