Branch Media, which builds conversation platforms Potluck and Branch, has been acquired by Facebook.
Proving that he’s a company man already, cofounder and CEO Josh Miller announced the news this morning on Facebook writing that the social network wants his team to emulate his company’s products on a larger scale.
A European court ruled that Google must respect its privacy laws but doesn’t have to delete user information on its search engine since that’s kind of…difficult. [Reuters]
There’s a nightmare scenario in iOS 7: The process of taking screenshots has changed, so Snapchat users might no longer be warned that their sexts were captured. At least you can still take screenshots *cough Android cough* [MacRumors]
OUYA, the $100 crowdfunded gaming console, hits retailers today and it’s already sold out on Amazon. [Engadget]
One analyst predicted that Google+ will overtake Facebook by 2016, which prompted another analyst to call him “idiotic.” [MarketWatch]
Branch cofounders are launching a social networking site revolving around sharing links today. It’s called Potluck. [Verge]