<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![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[Twitter Rolls Out Targeted Tweets for Advertisers]]> Twitter today unveiled a new advertising tool that will let companies target their tweets at specific users. With targeted tweets, companies can post messages that only appear for users in specific regions or on certain devices.]]> <![CDATA[New iPhone apps allow plastic-surgery hopefuls to 'Heidi' themselves]]> <![CDATA[Apple expected to launch iPad subscriptions for newspapers]]> <![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[FaceMash.com, the forerunner to Facebook, up for auction]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft buys enterprise-oriented social startup Yammer for $1.2 billion]]> Microsoft has announced the $1.2 billion purchase of Yammer, the social network aimed at enterprise users. Yammer will become part of the Office division, led by Kurt DelBene.]]> <![CDATA[New Apple iMac may now be the one for the most of us]]> Apple's latest iMac computers continue to enhance the line. Currently the Apple store offers two basic models, each available with two different processors from which to choose. The screen size is the main physical characteristic that differentiates the two models. Each model lets you choose from a variety of feature options such as memory and hard drive size but it is the choice of the processor type and speed that is the most significant.]]> <![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[T-Mobile to launch 10 LTE devices and iPhone-compatible 4G in 2013]]> T-Mobile will have 10 LTE devices available by the end of 2013, and it will also roll out “4G” service that is compatible with Apple’s iPhone. The carrier’s 4G LTE network ]]> <![CDATA[South Carolina woman arrested for overdue VHS tape]]> After 9 years on the lam, the city's most nefarious villain is finally in custody. The charge? An overdue VHS rental of Monster in Law.]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft Surface tablet to ship by the end of October]]> The Surface, Microsoft's tablet to answer the iPad that has been hinted at for months, finally has a price and a release date.]]> <![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[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['Modern Warfare 2' video game scores record sales in launch]]> <![CDATA[Apple Manufacturer Foxconn Gives Workers Pay Raise]]> Reacting to intense criticism of its labor practices, Foxconn has decided to raise the pay of its junior level employees by 16-25%. According to Reuters, workers will now make 1,800 yuan (US$285) a month with a raise to 2,200 yuan (US$349) possible if an employee passes a technical examination.]]> <![CDATA[Zappos hacked: Information from 24 million users stolen]]> <![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[Answers to questions about Windows 7]]> <![CDATA[Quake-hit N.Z. city gets new cathedral of cardboard]]> After a Feb. 22, 2011 earthquake destroyed the large Gothic cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand, the architectural loss was significant. But, more practically, the congregation needed somewhere to worship.]]>