Apple (AAPL) is cutting prices on its iPod Touch music players and General Motors (GM) prepares for yet another round of recalls.

We told you about Japanese car makers recalling millions of vehicles because of an issue with airbags and that same issue seems to be a problem for some vehicles sold by GM.

GM is expected to issue a recall on 2013 and 2014 Chevy Cruze models because there was a production problem when the airbags in those cars were manufactured by a company in Japan.   

Apple is cutting prices on its iPod Touch and giving buyers a new color to choose. The entry-level model with 16GB of storage is dropping in price from $229 to $199. The largest model will drop from $399 to $299.

Meanwhile, Google (GOOG) started allowing Web surfers in Europe to remove certain search results attached to their name under Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ precedent.

Adam Shapiro joined FOX Business Network (FBN) in September 2007 as a New York based reporter.