<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![CDATA[Supreme Court strikes down violent video game restrictions]]> <![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[A cloud is on the horizon for online music listeners]]> <![CDATA[EBay sues Google over payment service]]> <![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[Vending machines now dispense iPods, GPS gear]]> Press your face up to this vending machine, and savor the selections. With some items at $400, chances are you won't have the change in your pocket. But not to worry, credit cards are accepted. Vending machines aren't just for soda, chips and candy bars in the break room anymore. Now sophisticated models with touch screens and high-definition video offer instant gratification for more expensive treats — iPods and Garmin GPS systems, T-shirts, even pacifiers and baby formula.]]> <![CDATA[Android makes strong gains in mobile market]]> <![CDATA[Drone used in Australian drug-smuggling attempt]]> A man has been arrested after an attempt to smuggle drugs into an Australian prison using a drone aircraft.]]> <![CDATA[Ford endorses ban on hand-held phone use while driving]]> <![CDATA[Apple, Google, and Others Agree to Limit App Privacy Invasions]]> If you've been waiting for government regulators to step in and do something about apps that collect and transmit your data without telling you, here's good news: The state of California, along with a number of major tech companies, together Wednesday agreed to strengthen privacy protections worldwide for consumers who buy smartphone and tablet apps.]]> <![CDATA[Here is what memory looks like physically]]> Scientists have finally witnessed the movements of the molecules that form memories, a breakthough that may lead to better understanding of how memories are made. Exactly how did they do that? F]]> <![CDATA[The Internet Gets a Hall of Fame (Including Al Gore!)]]> The best revolutionaries eventually find themselves hailed in tributes and enshrined in museums. So it’s almost inevitable that nearly 30 years after the official birthdate of the internet, some of the net’s best-known pioneers, radicals, and troublemakers are being inducted into the Internet Society’s Hall of Fame.]]> <![CDATA[Samsung asks court for $421m from Apple in damages]]> The back-and-forth patent battle between tech giants Apple and Samsung moved forward in court today, as Samsung rested its case with a massive damages demand: $421 million.]]> <![CDATA[Netflix backtracks on plan to split DVD, streaming services]]> Netflix Inc. is dropping a plan to create two separate websites for its customers to use depending on whether they are renting DVDs or downloading movies and TV shows to their computers and televisions.]]> <![CDATA[Amazon said to be launching movie service to rival Netflix]]> <![CDATA[Google and AP, often seen at odds, reach new deal]]> <![CDATA[Facebook Unrolls Timeline-Style Pages for Brands and Businesses]]> Wednesday morning, Facebook showed off a slick new Timeline-inspired Pages interface for business. Administrators of existing business Pages can turn on the preview of the new design today, or wait until all Pages are converted to the new interface at the end of March.]]> <![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[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[The new Digg to relaunch in August after total rebuild]]> Betaworks, the company that acquired the remaining parts of Digg.com, says it will have a brand-new version of the social-news site up and running in less than two weeks.]]>