<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![CDATA[Major TV makers are betting that 3-D will be a hit, despite the price and the special glasses]]> <![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 unveils Windows-based phones]]> <![CDATA[LinkedIn to Buy SlideShare for $119 Million]]> LinkedIn is acquiring SlideShare, which allows its users to share presentations online, for US$118.75 million as it tries to find new ways to make its site more useful, the company said on Thursday.]]> <![CDATA[Google paying users to track 100% of their Web usage via little black box]]> Google is working to collect information about Internet users that it can't get from just monitoring its own browser, services, and Android devices. The company has set up a new program called Screenwise, which offers money to users who install a black box on their home network to "measure Internet use." A smaller amount of money will go to those who install a browser extension on their computers that will do the same thing.]]> <![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[Atomic clock at CU Boulder sets new records in precision and stability]]> The world’s most precise clock now resides on the campus of the University of Colorado Boulder.]]> <![CDATA[Review: Apple's iMac still leads in desktop computing]]> Those of us sitting at desks all day can start drooling. Apple's new iMac is out and, CNET says, it's a beauty.]]> <![CDATA[AT&T considers charging iPhone users for high data usage]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft site pits its Bing against Google, head-to-head]]> Bing, the Microsoft search engine, has always been pitted against and compared to its massive foe, Google.]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft Office 2010 beta ready to download]]> <![CDATA[Spotify releases iPad app]]> Spotify has released its first official iPad app today, with what a Spotify exec describes as "the most beautiful screen we've made for a Spotify app."]]> <![CDATA[Apple shells out $60 million settlement for iPad trademark in China]]> Apple has agreed to pay $60 million to China-based Proview over the iPad trademark in China after numerous back-and-forths in court. Although Apple claims it has owned the iPad trademark in China since at least 2010, Proview won a series of Chinese courts decisions throughout 2011. Apple took the case higher up the chain and even battled Proview in the US for a while, but apparently decided to put the case to rest as of June 25.]]> <![CDATA[Netflix to expand to Latin America]]> <![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[Amazon goes Minority Report]]> The Wall Street Journal is reporting that online retailer Amazon has been granted a patent for "anticipatory shipping."]]> <![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[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[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[Facebook is filled with pleas for help in finding missing children]]>