<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![CDATA[Opinion: Sure, Apple ducks taxes--that's what corporations do]]> Apple's gotten loads of negative press recently for allegedly dodging taxes, finding loopholes to avoid paying taxes on billions of dollars in revenue a year.]]> <![CDATA[This feels oddly familiar: EA's Fifa 13 for Wii the same game as Fifa 12]]> OK, so sports video games do often feel the same, year after year. It's always the same sport, after all.]]> <![CDATA[Samsung Galaxy Nexus pulled from Google Play over patent litigation]]> Customers hoping to buy an unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus from the Google Play store have been out of luck since Tuesday. That afternoon, the phone was suddenly and mysteriously pulled, only to be listed as "coming soon." Now Google has confirmed to ABC News that the phone was removed from sale as a result of the ongoing patent litigation between Apple, Samsung, and Google—similar to the litigation that has blocked Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 from being sold in the United States.]]> <![CDATA['Fooducate' app tells consumers if foods contain GMOs]]> California's Proposition 37, which would require all food containing genetically modified organisms to be labeled, is expected to pass despite slightly waning support, according to polls.]]> <![CDATA[Denver home to new, tiny, green-friendly Starbucks design]]> LEED certification is typically reserved for your big skyscrapers or your university academic buildings. But coffee giant Starbucks is thinking small, and it's taking LEED certification with it.]]> <![CDATA[Comcast-NBC deal opens door to Web troubles]]> <![CDATA[Indian probe to Mars cost less than film, Gravity]]> A recently launched Indian probe to Mars was accomplished with costs of only $75 million.]]> <![CDATA[At Apple-associated factory, iPhone production comes at a price]]> You've probably never heard of Foxconn by name, but it's likely you know it by reputation: Long, grueling hours under unsafe and unpleasant working conditions, worker suicides, workplace violence and explosions in factories.]]> <![CDATA[At Hulu, 'free' may soon turn into 'fee']]> <![CDATA[EBay sues Google over payment service]]> <![CDATA[Netflix to sharply increase prices for DVDs, streaming]]> <![CDATA[Another Atari bankruptcy: A history of the troubled brand]]> It's the death of a video game era. Again.]]> <![CDATA[Apple says first-day sales of iPad topped 300,000]]> For Apple Inc. and its iPad, the easy part is over. After months of marketing hype that had fans grabbing their wallets this weekend, Apple announced Monday that it sold more than 300,000 of its new tablet computers on Saturday — a one-day total that topped the 2007 debut sales tallies for the original iPhone.]]> <![CDATA[The ABCs of Apple v. Samsung]]> If you're just checking into Apple v. Samsung...you've missed some good stuff.]]> <![CDATA['The Daily,' News Corp. iPad newspaper, to shut down]]> The Daily is dead.]]> <![CDATA[Apple, Google Must Face Antitrust Lawsuit Over Tech Employee-Poaching Ban]]> Google Inc. (GOOG) and Apple Inc. (AAPL) were among seven technology companies that must face a lawsuit claiming they violated antitrust laws by entering into agreements not to recruit each other’s employees, a federal judge said.]]> <![CDATA[Radio Shack to close 20 percent of its stores]]> Radio Shack, will be closing around 1,100 of its stores, a number representing nearly 20 percent of its locations. ]]> <![CDATA[Android phones outsell iPhone in 2010]]> <![CDATA[New Research Shows Cell Phones Aren't Very Dangerous]]> Over the last decade, cell phone use has grown exponentially. Today, it's estimated that about nine in 10 Americans own at least one cell phone (and most have smartphones). With increased use come questions concerning the safety of these mobile devices. Many have been concerned, or even panicked, over the possibility of cell phones increasing one's risk for brain cancer.]]> <![CDATA[Google kills off cougar ads, but sugar daddies are still on the prowl]]>