<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![CDATA[Picks and pans: 'Wet,' 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes,' more]]> <![CDATA[Quake-hit N.Z. city gets new cathedral of cardboard]]> After a Feb. 22, 2011 earthquake destroyed the large Gothic cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand, the architectural loss was significant. But, more practically, the congregation needed somewhere to worship.]]> <![CDATA[In wake of leak, tech companies race to appear transparent]]> After allegations from a whistleblower that the U.S. government has been monitoring citizens' phone records, technology companies have begun insisting loudly that they cooperated as little as possible with the program.]]> <![CDATA[Google, Intel to team up on Android devices]]> <![CDATA[Apple wants $2.5 billion in damages from Samsung]]> Apple is looking for Samsung to fork over $2.5 billion to settle patent infringement claims in the U.S. That's the latest figure bandied about by Apple in the ongoing patent infringement saga between the two companies. But how did Apple cook up such a figure?]]> <![CDATA[Dropbox Boosts Free Storage Limit to 5GB to Match Google Drive]]> Dropbox boosted its free storage limit from 2GB to 5GB with the introduction of a new digital image offering.]]> <![CDATA[AOL to sell or shut down social networking service Bebo]]> AOL confirmed Tuesday what everyone has known for a long time: R.I.P Bebo. Two years after paying $850 million for the social networking service, Bebo is essentially worthless and AOL plans to sell it or close it. AOL expects to decide Bebo's fate by the end of May.]]> <![CDATA[Kim Dotcom: US Military Had 15,634 Megaupload Accounts]]> n recent weeks the battle has continued to save the data stored at the now-defunct site Megaupload. Contrary to the image painted by the entertainment industries, untold numbers of people used the file-hosting service for completely legitimate sharing. Today we can reveal that not only did people at the Senate, Department of Homeland Security, FBI and NASA hold Megaupload accounts, so did more than 15,600 members of the US Military.]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft unleashes lawsuits, raids in piracy crackdown]]> <![CDATA[Netflix to expand to Latin America]]> <![CDATA[Motorola wins hearing as it battles to ban Apple devices]]> Motorola Mobility has taken a step towards an import ban on Apple devices after a court ruled that the Cupertino firm had violated one of its patents.]]> <![CDATA[Last 'Nintendo Power' issue shouts out to first cover]]> Nintendo Power magazine was an integral part of the childhoods of the nerdier among us.]]> <![CDATA[Google seeks end to onerous censorship ritual in China]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft site pits its Bing against Google, head-to-head]]> Bing, the Microsoft search engine, has always been pitted against and compared to its massive foe, Google.]]> <![CDATA[Instagram for Android is now available]]> Instagram has been around since 2010, available only to iOS devices. Android users have been waiting patiently, with repeated promises of an Android version arriving soon.]]> <![CDATA[Apple asks court to block sales of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1]]> Apple has once again petitioned a court to prematurely block sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet before the conclusion of the companies' many patent dispute cases.]]> <![CDATA[GameFly to Publish iOS, Android Games; Launch Android App Store ]]> Video game rental service GameFly this week announced that it plans to begin publishing iOS and Android games in the upcoming months, and will launch its own Android app store.]]> <![CDATA[Google offers $1 million reward to hackers who exploit Chrome]]> Google has pledged cash prizes totaling $1 million to people who successfully hack its Chrome browser at next week's CanSecWest security conference.]]> <![CDATA[Google Seals the Deal on $12.5B Motorola Acquisition]]> Google has officially closed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, putting the search giant in charge of a major smartphone, tablet and set-top box maker.]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft Surface tablet to ship by the end of October]]> The Surface, Microsoft's tablet to answer the iPad that has been hinted at for months, finally has a price and a release date.]]>