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European Union privacy watchdogs grilled Google Inc. and other search engines for two hours on Thursday on how they are implementing the bloc's new "right to be forgotten" online--and then gave them homework to do by next week, too.

WSJ

From rising death toll on both sides of the Israel-Palestine conflict and the return of MH17 victims to the Netherlands, to wildfires in Washington and the fight to protect flamingos, TIME presents the best pictures of the week.

RUMOR: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 To Be Released In September

You don't say? Well this rumor is kind of a given really. Seeing as the Galaxy Note has been announced at IFA – which takes place the first week of September – for the past three years and it's set to be announced there this year as well. So it would make sense for it to be released in September right? Well unless they mean the US, which we don't expect to see it here until October. Similar to last year's launch. This rumor comes out of ET News which is a Korean news outlet – and of course Samsung is from Korea. They are sometimes hit or miss with rumors and leaks. But this time I think they’re right, although I'm sure anyone could more...

China Telecom to be exclusive carrier for Xbox One in China for September launch

China Telecom has announced it will be the exclusive carrier for Microsoft's Xbox One when the game console begins its sales in that country sometime in September.

Elon Musk named his Tesla Model S 'Old Faithful,' he tells Colbert

In an upcoming software update, Tesla owners can attach a name to their engine-less electric rides. For Musk, it's "Old Faithful," he tells Stephen Colbert.

Fat Princess Goes Back for Thirds on Vita and iOS

Let them eat (more) cake. A PlayStation 3 cult-favorite, 2009's Fat Princess put a unique—and humorous—spin on the classic real-time strategy experience. While its PSP follow-up, subtitled a Fistful of Cake, didn't stray far from the franchise's face-feeding formula, the series’ latest lap around the buffet is changing things up. Dubbed Fat Princess: Piece of Cake, Sony's calling the upcoming PS Vita and mobile installment a "strategic turn-based match-3 game" Continue reading.

Terabyte RAM For Smartphones In The Future

Smartphones today have RAM that ranges from 1GB up to 3GB. Rice University wants to exponentially increase that capacity to 1 Terabyte by creating a more...

Apple Will Ditch Several User Features For Its New All-Powerful Photos App (AAPL)

Apple is in the midst of revamping its photo strategy across all its devices, including desktop more...

SAI

Firefox Android beta puts Instagram feeds straight into your browser

Firefox has already shown off an Android launcher and is now trying some spiffy personalization features for its Android browser. The latest beta flaunts a new class of "panel" add-ons with home page feeds like Pocket, Wikipedia, Instagram and more.

Activision: Destiny Ghost Edition Was Meant to be “Truly Limited”

Earlier this week, NeoGAF user Khalifa Jayy posted an email they received, which shows how Walmart more...

Showing Off Bayonetta 2 Insanity - Comic Con 2014

We are bringing even more craziness with this clip from Bayonetta 2 for the Nintendo Wii U.

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