<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![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[Spotify to be free for iOS users in US, Android likely to follow]]> While working, I constantly have music bumping here at the Oakland bureau of Ars (aka, my home office). More often than not, my stream of choice is set to Minnesota Public Radio’s The Current. But I know that the kids these days are all about Rdio, Pandora, and of course, Spotify.]]> <![CDATA[With the development of Chrome OS, Google is ready to take Microsoft on its home turf -- the operating system]]> <![CDATA['Hurt Locker' Studio Sues 2,514 Over Copyright Infringement]]> Voltage Pictures, the movie studio that gained its fame by producing the Academy Award-winning film “The Hurt Locker” and targeting 24,583 BitTorrent users in a piracy-related lawsuit last year, is on another copyright infringement crusade.]]> <![CDATA[How the human face could be the future of gaming]]> <![CDATA[In quest to monetize popularity, Twitter launches ads]]> Twitter Inc. has rolled out advertising on its site for the first time, a significant step in converting the social network's explosive growth into cash. Called "promoted tweets," the ads from such companies as Best Buy Inc., Sony Pictures and Virgin America began appearing atop search results Tuesday. But a more controversial move is expected later this year, when Twitter plans to test placing ads in users' message stream.]]> <![CDATA[Google Street View harnesses tricycles to go where cars can't]]> Google Inc. this week launched its largest-ever collection of Street View images taken by a humble but versatile vehicle — the tricycle — as the Internet giant greatly expands the reach of the popular but controversial program beyond public streets into hiking trails, amusement parks, historical landmarks, parks and gardens.]]> <![CDATA[Review: Apple's iPad Mini]]> Apple takes on the mini market this month.]]> <![CDATA[Zappos hacked: Information from 24 million users stolen]]> <![CDATA[Steve Jobs doll withdrawn after objections by his family, Apple]]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[Wikipedia, others plan 1-day blackout over anti-piracy bills]]> Most people probably haven’t paid much attention to the huge corporations waging war in Washington over legislation designed to crack down on online theft of movies, music and other content. But the conflict will hit consumers in the face Wednesday, when Wikipedia and several other websites intend to go dark to protest the proposed changes.]]> <![CDATA[Google's entertainment strategy is in disarray]]> Google can't seem to get the hang of selling music and movies over the Internet--a goal that has similarly befuddled Microsoft, AOL, Yahoo, and others. Google TV was dead on arrival. You]]> <![CDATA[Major hotel chain investigating data breach]]> White Lodging, a management company for hotels in the Hilton, Marriott, Sheratin and Westin chains, may have had its credit card data stolen.]]> <![CDATA[Digital textbooks go straight from scientists to students]]> A year ago, electronic textbook publishers turned down David Johnston’s big idea: the first interactive marine science textbook.]]> <![CDATA[Apple draws big crowds for new product unveiling]]> Apple showed off two new iPads and two new Macs at the event, announcing that all four would be on sale before the end of 2013.]]> <![CDATA[Viacom files appeal in Google-YouTube case]]> <![CDATA[Amazon Studios Branches Out Into Original TV for Web and Network]]> Amazon is looking for television executives to develop original half-hour kids‘ and comedy series for both online and traditional distribution, according to two new job postings at Amazon.com.]]> <![CDATA[Huge cyberattack hits Swiss-British anti-spam company]]> <![CDATA[Google aims to take on Facebook with new social feature called 'Buzz']]> <![CDATA[How to remove your Google Web History]]> March 1 is the day Google's new unified privacy policy goes into effect, which means your Google Web History will be shared among all of the Google products you use.]]>