<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![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['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[Google Drive Leak Tips 5GB of Free Cloud Storage]]> Google's rumored cloud service is reportedly on track for a mid-April release, with 5GB of free storage for every user, according to leaked screen shots obtained by TalkAndroid.com.]]> <![CDATA[CourtVille: Why unclear laws put 'EA v. Zynga' up for grabs]]> Both game industry giants claim the legal high ground, but who actually has it? To hear some experts in gaming law tell it, nobody really knows. And if EA v. Zynga makes it all the way to court, the judgment that gets handed down could have a huge impact on the game industry.]]> <![CDATA[Ahead of iPad debut, Samsung hits Apple with a suit]]> Some credit has to be given to Samsung Electronics' sense of timing. Just hours before Apple is set to unveil the latest iteration of its iPad, the technology giant was hit with yet another patent lawsuit from Samsung. This time, Samsung is alleging in a suit filed in South Korea that Apple's iPhone 4S and iPad 2 are violating three patents, according to Reuters.]]> <![CDATA[Apple to sell subscriptions through App Store]]> <![CDATA[Facebook denies plans to make phone, but mobile projects likely]]> <![CDATA[NBC Olympics Site Delivers 75M Video Streams, 744M Page Views]]> NBC has been raked over the coals for continuing to tape-delay TV coverage of the biggest events of the 2012 Olympic Games in a world where the internet makes the results so readily available to the general public. But in other respects, the venerable TV network is dealing with this internet thing just fine.]]> <![CDATA[Draw Something may be coming to your TV screen]]> Perhaps Zynga will have the last laugh on its multimillion-dollar OMGPOP/Draw Something purchase after all.]]> <![CDATA[Netflix to sharply increase prices for DVDs, streaming]]> <![CDATA[Google finds 9,500 new malicious Web sites a day]]> Google prides itself on being proactive in protecting its users from malware and other attacks (even government-sponsored ones) on the Web via its Safe Browsing API and other technologies over the past five years. In a blog post today, the company reveals the numbers behind some of its anti-malware initiatives:]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft Dives Head-First Into Mobile Hardware With Two 10.6-Inch Tablets]]> Forget about operating systems. Forget about mice, keyboards and snoozy computer accessories. Microsoft is now a full-fledged, no-excuses mobile computing manufacturer. On Monday a team of excited executives showed off Microsoft Surface — a pair of Windows tablets accompanied by clever keyboard covers that aspire to true innovation in the mobile space.]]> <![CDATA[Answers to questions about Windows 7]]> <![CDATA[The Pirate Bay Attacks Censorship With Low Orbit Server Drones]]> In recent months The Pirate Bay has drastically changed its site to make it less vulnerable to ever increasing censorship attempts across the globe. But that was just the start, as the torrent site now says it’s getting ready to put some of its hardware in GPS controlled drones. “Everyone knows WHAT TPB is. Now they’re going to have to think about WHERE TPB is,” The Pirate Bay team told TorrentFreak.]]> <![CDATA[Video-game sales plummet in February]]> Video game sales in the U.S. plunged 15 percent in February as skittish consumers continued to ratchet back their spending. The bleak sales report, from the NPD Group, marks the 10th declining month of the past 12 months. Sales of software fell 15 percent in February from a year earlier to $624 million.]]> <![CDATA[UK seeks to further restrict access to 'terrorist videos']]> The BBC is reporting that fears of ministers in the U.K. are seeking to further block the ability to view videos posted to the internet depicting or encouraging violent extremism.]]> <![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[Comcast announces Xfinity Streampix, a streaming video service that takes aim at Netflix]]> Comcast is taking a stab at the streaming video business with a service named Xfinity Streampix, which will launch on February 23rd. The service will be included for free with Blast! and Blast! Extra TV / internet plans as well as most triple-play packages (TV, phone, and internet), and will only be available to cable subscribers. If you don't have one of the higher-tier plans it will carry a $4.99 premium over your existing service.]]> <![CDATA[Top 3 Controversies Hounding Apple's Newest iPad]]> Apple's latest iPad has been on sale less than a week and--following the usual round of rave reviews from critics--the company looks headed for controversy as complaints and criticisms mount about Apple's newest tablet.]]> <![CDATA[Japan plans snail-paced space elevator for 2050]]> Japanese construction company Obayashi wants to build an elevator to space and transport passengers to a station about a tenth the distance to the moon.]]>