We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including Google ending ads for porn, and Goldman Sachs suing the search engine for sending the wrong email.
Lindsay Lohan is suing GTA 5 creators over the similarity of the Hollywood actress and a character in the game.
After a storming 2012 and 2013 in which Samsung was estimated to have sold 3 TVs a second, making a figure of around $184 billion in sales, the firm is ending production of all plasma TVs.
Many people have been a victim of the phenomenon of revenge porn and recently the justice secretary Chris Grayling has told MPs the practice was becoming a more significant problem in the UK.
After taking a job at Google, Zoltan Szabadi received a lawsuit from his former employers, Amazon, claiming he had violated the terms of a non-compete agreement in a contract he signed.
Sony launched the first Walkman in 1979, and this is this week the tech breakthrough is celebrating its 35th birthday.
Once again, Apple launches their back to school promotion by giving away £60 gift cards with the purchase of any Mac.
Rumours of Microsoft bringing out a smartwatch have been spreading around the Internet for the last few months, but this particular leak packs much more detail than its predecessors.