<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft's Metro branding to be replaced 'this week' according to internal memo]]> Microsoft is killing off the use of its Metro design name to describe a tiled interface in Windows Phone and Windows 8.]]> <![CDATA[Top 10 new features in Apple's Mountain Lion]]> Since it was first previewed at Apple's developer's conference in June, anticipation has been building for the company's new operating system, Mountain Lion.]]> <![CDATA[AT&T considers charging iPhone users for high data usage]]> <![CDATA[Chinese-based computer maker Lenovo to start manufacturing in US]]> And now for flip-flopping of a more pleasant kind: Chinese computer manufacturer Lenovo has announced it's opening a manufacturing center in the United States.]]> <![CDATA[Infamous DC-10 takes its final flight]]> The final commercial flight using the infamous DC-10 airplane is now in the history books.]]> <![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[Facebook, Warner Bros. agree to distribution deal]]> <![CDATA[Curiousity Rover meets a roadblock]]> The Curiousity Rover has come up against a geographic block on the surface of Mars: a meter-high sand dune.]]> <![CDATA[Samsung destroyed evidence in Apple patent case, says judge]]> Samsung is being reprimanded yet again in its ongoing patent spat with Apple. California Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal sanctioned the South Korean tech company for destroying evidence, or, more accurately, failing to not destroy evidence.]]> <![CDATA[New Hampshire teen invents low-cost water purifier]]> Develop a cheap way to kill bacteria in water, and you can provide clean drinking water to millions, maybe billions, of people in the developing world.]]> <![CDATA[Amazon releases touch-screen Kindle Fire]]> Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet was finally introduced Wednesday. It will sell for $199, feature a 7-inch touch screen and ship on Nov. 15.]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft's Windows 8 Coming in Late October]]> Waiting with bated breath for Windows 8? Microsoft today officially revealed that the highly anticipated operating system will be available this fall, as was widely rumored.]]> <![CDATA[Military readies Iron Man suit for summer testing]]> Though the public consciousness likely thinks of futuristic cyborg battle armor as the sort of thing still relegated to sci-fi films, it's closer to reality than the average person might realize. ]]> <![CDATA[Zappos hacked: Information from 24 million users stolen]]> <![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[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[Steve Jobs doll withdrawn after objections by his family, Apple]]> An eerily lifelike Steve Jobs doll will not be sold because the company behind the product received “immense pressure” from Apple’s lawyers and the late CEO’s family to not sell the figurine.]]> <![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[Google, Facebook, Amazon, and eBay form 'Internet Association' lobbying group]]> Four of the biggest web companies have apparently joined to form a coalition that will represent the interests of online services in Washington. The Washington Post reports that Google, Facebook, Amazon, and eBay are behind "The Internet Association," which was announced today. Led by former Congressional staffer Michael Beckerman, the Association will "advance public policy solutions that strengthen and protect an open, innovative, and free internet." It will launch in September, and we haven't yet seen a full member list — an anonymous source has told the Post that the companies above are most prominent.]]> <![CDATA[AT&T to release cellphone with optional projector]]>