By removing the Kinect, Microsoft is offering a cheaper Xbox One and it’s no longer requiring a Live Gold subscription to access streaming apps like Netflix. Also: the top European court orders Google to delete search links on request.
CNET Update will not be forgotten by Google:
In today’s tech-news roundup:
- Learn why it’s good to wait to buy a new game system. Microsoft will sell a cheaper Xbox One that does not come with the Kinect camera — it’s $400, the same price as the PlayStation 4. And Microsoft is also dropping the requirement of a Gold Live subscription to access apps like Netflix and Skype.
- Score a smartphone without a contract for cheap with the $130 Moto E. Motorola is rolling out a new budget smartphone after the massive success of the Moto G.
- Some people may be able to ask Google to delete search results that infringe […]