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  • Internet 'Right to be Forgotten' debate hits Spain

    Their ranks include a plastic surgeon, a prison guard and a high school principal. All are Spanish, but have little else in common except this: They want old Internet references about them that pop up in Google searches wiped away.


  • **FILE** In this Jan. 19 photo, Javier Aparicio (left), a lawyer representing Google, speaks during a court hearing in Madrid. Their ranks include a plastic surgeon, a prison guard and a high school principal. All are Spanish, but have little else in common except this: They want old Internet references about them that pop up in Google searches wiped away. (Associated Press)

    Spain, Google clash over 'right to be forgotten'

    In a case that Google Inc. and privacy experts call a first of its kind, Spain's Data Protection Agency has ordered the search-engine giant to remove links to material on about 90 people. The information was published years or even decades ago, but is available to anyone via simple searches.


  • Mark Kellner

    KELLNER: Deciding next computer purchase

    So, my Facebook friend pings me — that's how the cognoscenti speak, it seems — and asks, should he get the Dell laptop with the screaming Intel chip and backlit keyboard, or should he go for the Hewlett-Packard model with an AMD processor?


  • China's electric car tactics rattle automakers

    The toylike electric cars at the Shanghai Auto Show are a glimpse of the high-tech automotive future China's leaders are pursuing _ and a harbinger of possible disputes with its trading partners.


  • Obama to be 1st head of state to tour Facebook HQ

    When President Barack Obama arrives at Facebook headquarters Wednesday, he will be the first sitting head of state to visit the brick-and-mortar home of the social media powerhouse.


  • Business buying lifts Intel as tablet threat looms

    Intel Corp. has sent a strong message to Wall Street: Tablets may be transforming the computer industry, but there's still a lot of money left to be made in the huge market for traditional PCs.


  • Google turns to users for guidance on US maps

    Google Inc. doesn't hesitate to seek directions when it comes to trying to improve its online mapping service.


  • Court hears arguments in Microsoft patent case

    The Supreme Court on Monday heard arguments from Microsoft Corp. asking it to overturn a $290 million patent infringement judgment against the world's largest software maker, a ruling that could have a profound effect on how corporations protect and profit from their future inventions.


  • T-Mobile enables voice calls to Facebook friends

    T-Mobile USA is doing something unusual for a phone company: enabling free calls on computers between Facebook friends.


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