<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![CDATA[Verizon expanding its 4G LTE network yet again on Feb. 16]]> Verizon customers in Clarksville and Cookeville, Tenn.; Little Rock, Ark.; Rapid City, S.D.; and San Antonio, Tex., can smile a little wider tomorrow. Big Red is switching on 4G LTE in Cookeville and expanding coverage in all the rest.]]> <![CDATA[Netflix Brings Back DVD-Only Subscriptions]]> Netflix's DVD-only subscription plan is back, available now for $8 monthly. The move is aimed at appeasing disgruntled former customers who ditched Netflix last year, after the company tried to steer customers towards streaming-only and separated its DVD-by-mail and streaming services, charging a minimum $8 per month for each instead of $10 per month for both.]]> <![CDATA[TiVo stock soars after court rules against EchoStar]]> <![CDATA[Supreme Court to hear case on violent video games]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft Office 2010 beta ready to download]]> <![CDATA[Facebook’s $5 Billion IPO: The Next Google? Or The Next Groupon?]]> Facebook is finally going public. On Wednesday, Facebook filed the prospectus for its initial public offering. The social giant seeks to raise $5 billion in initial funding. That’s in line with some of the largest IPOs in technology history, and it comes eight years after the company was first launched in the Harvard dorm room of CEO Mark Zuckerberg.]]> <![CDATA[Google apologizes to users who say Buzz is intrusive]]> <![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[New patent infringement allegations against Apple]]> Another tech patent battle is emerging today, as Motorola has filed a new case against Apple with the U.S. International Trade Commission. Motorola, a Google subsidiary, alleges seven patent violations by Apple in their iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches.]]> <![CDATA['Modern Warfare 2' video game scores record sales in launch]]> <![CDATA[DirecTV to lose MTV, Comedy Central, and 24 other Viacom channels tomorrow due to contract disputes]]> Viacom is apparently using a strong tactic in its contract negotiations with DirecTV — the TV provider now says that it will lose access to a total of 26 Viacom channels (including MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, and more) as of July 10th if a deal isn't reached.]]> <![CDATA[How to delete yourself from the Internet]]> The Internet companies that power your online life know that data equals money, and they're becoming bolder about using that data to track you. If they get their way, your every online step would be not only irrevocable, but traceable back to you. Fortunately, there are some positive steps you can take to reclaim your online history for yourself.]]> <![CDATA[Pirate Bay Co-Founder’s Attorney Says Prosecution Violates Human Rights]]> In 2009 Fredrik Neij, a co-founder of the file-sharing site the Pirate Bay, and three co-defendants were found guilty by a Swedish court of being accessories to copyright violation. Neij was sentenced to a year, which was later reduced to 10 months. He appealed to the Swedish Supreme Court, but in February, it was announced that the court would not hear his case.]]> <![CDATA[Powerbag keeps you powered up]]> We now live in an era where we carry an abundance of portable electronic devices on us. Whether it’s a phone, a camera, an iPod, tablet computer or some other device, we find the need to stay connected and powered up. But what if the battery of your iPad is at 10 percent or your smart phone’s battery indicator is in the red and there are no available outlets to power up?]]> <![CDATA[Atomic clock at CU Boulder sets new records in precision and stability]]> The world’s most precise clock now resides on the campus of the University of Colorado Boulder.]]> <![CDATA[Review: BioShock Infinite's story 'overshadows the gameplay']]> In the semi-magical, semi-steampunk world of BioShock, you don't play games, you experience them.]]> <![CDATA[Madden 13 takes a few big steps]]> Let's be blunt: EA Sports' Madden football franchise doesn't exactly bust any blocks. Year after year, the game's updates consist of a new rookie class, roster updates and a few small tweaks to gameplay.]]> <![CDATA[Hyundai to launch luxury car in U.S. with iPad included]]> It just might be the world's first paperless car: Hyundai Motor America will include an iPad — loaded with a digital version of the thick owner's manual — with the luxury sedan it plans to launch this fall. The iPad pitch is aimed to tap into the hype over Apple Inc.'s sleek new tablet computer, which is slated to be released Saturday, and will be included as part of the package for consumers who drive off with Hyundai's Equus luxury sedan.]]> <![CDATA[Google brings e-book battle to Amazon with new platform]]> <![CDATA[A video game company wants to turn virtual war into our next national pastime]]> Baseball, hockey, football ... “Call of Duty”? If the people behind “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3” have their way, the next big sport people around the world will be obsessing over will involve virtual soldiers killing each other in perpetual warfare.]]>