Today's major tech headlines include Google's Stadia going free for two months, Zoom facing a shareholder lawsuit and Google's Meet video conferencing app seeing a massive surge.
Google started deleting the consumer version of its social network earlier this month.
Some are taking it pretty well.
We asked our colleagues how they feel about their social media use. Most weren't super happy about it.
Download any photos and videos you've put on Google's social network before then.
Tech's major players made even more big blunders, marking one of the industry's worst years ever.
The tech industry has had so many screwups this year, it's hard to keep track. But with CNET's 2018 edition of Tech Turkeys, we're gonna try.
This week's most important tech stories include all of Google's new Pixel product announcements, the shutting down of Google+ after a data breach and Facebook's new video chat standalone devices.
When a big social network shuts down, what comes next?
Google is in some hot water. Have privacy concerns cast a shadow over its new devices?
If you want to save your data and delete your Google+ account, here's how.
The lawmakers are asking Google to be "more forthcoming with the public."