<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Tech Today]]> <![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[Netflix to expand to Latin America]]> <![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[Verizon expanding its 4G LTE network yet again on Feb. 16]]> Verizon customers in Clarksville and Cookeville, Tenn.; Little Rock, Ark.; Rapid City, S.D.; and San Antonio, Tex., can smile a little wider tomorrow. Big Red is switching on 4G LTE in Cookeville and expanding coverage in all the rest.]]> <![CDATA[Steve Jobs doll withdrawn after objections by his family, Apple]]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[Indian probe to Mars cost less than film, Gravity]]> A recently launched Indian probe to Mars was accomplished with costs of only $75 million.]]> <![CDATA[Video-game sales expected to fall again for October]]> <![CDATA[YouTube video-game channel Machinima aims for the next level]]> With 125 million viewers watching more than 1 billion of its videos a month, Machinima may be the most-watched channel that’s not on TV.]]> <![CDATA[Apple's tablet and the future of literature]]> <![CDATA[In wake of leak, tech companies race to appear transparent]]> After allegations from a whistleblower that the U.S. government has been monitoring citizens' phone records, technology companies have begun insisting loudly that they cooperated as little as possible with the program.]]> <![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[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.]]> <![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[Amazon Instant Video is now streaming to Xbox 360]]> Microsoft announced a new partnership that will allow Xbox 360 owners to access Amazon's massive selection of streaming video content from their gaming consoles.]]> <![CDATA[US moves to block merger of AT&T, T-Mobile]]> <![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[Microsoft Announces Its Back-To-School Promotion: Buy A PC, Get A Free Xbox]]> Microsoft, just like Apple, usually runs a major back-to-school promotion every summer that is meant to give students (and their parents) some extra incentives to buy a new computer. The company’s just-announced back-to-school deal for the U.S. and Canada is pretty much the same as last year’s. A year ago, Microsoft gave students who bought a new PC and Xbox 360 and this year it’s doing exactly the same.]]> <![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[Twitter helps free kidnapped South African from trunk of his car]]> A South African man, whose name has not been published, was carjacked, robbed, and stuffed into the trunk of his car near Johannesburg on Sunday. The robbers, however, had overlooked his mobile phone, which he used to text his girlfriend, Lynn Peters. From there, Twitter took over.]]>