A European court has ruled that Google must delete peoples personal information from their search results if the person asks that the information is removed.
The ruling comes from the European Union Court of Justice in Luxembourg, and the ruling came after a Spanish man complained to a data protection agency about search results relating to him appearing in Google.
Last month Facebook announced that they would buy Oculus Rift maker Oculus VR in a deal which is worth around $2 billion.
Oculus Rift started out as a Kickstarter project, and the company has come under quite a bit of criticism after announcing the Facebook deal, with some game makers pulling out of the project.
Apple and Samsung recently concluded their latest lawsuit, and Apple were awarded $119.6 million in damages from Samsung, although the foreman of the Jury, who awarded Apple the damages had something to say to Apple regarding the lawsuit.
According to a recent report by the WSJ, Tom Dunham, who was the foreman of the Jury, and an ex IBM employee, suggested that Apple should be going after Google in the future and not Samsung.
The price of budget smartphones has fallen considerably over the last twelve months, whilst high end devices prices have remained pretty much the same, and it looks like we will see a $20 smartphone this year.
ARM has shared some details on their plans for smartphones, and also how they think the smartphone market will evolve over the next few years.
Yesterday, an image was leaked listing all the devices which will get the taste of the chocolaty Android 4.4.2 KitKat in the coming weeks.
Unfortunately, it was mentioned the update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been cancelled due to some issues with the TouchWiz UI. Now, Samsung has officially confirmed that Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S3 Mini will not get the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update.