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."
And don't forget to take your data before you go.
The search giant didn't disclose the vulnerability because it reportedly feared regulatory scrutiny.
Personal details like email addresses and birthdates of Google+ users may have been exposed.
Commentary: Vic Gundotra, the man behind Google+, criticizes his old employers and says Android's camera tech is "a few years behind."
The web giant is migrating users of its group video chat feature to its YouTube Live offering.
Amazon and other retailers unveil the big tech discounts for Black Friday. Meanwhile, Amazon adds two-step password protection and Google+ gets a new look.
Google is still Google, but Alphabet is running the show now. The Galaxy Note 5 gets leaked before Samsung's Unpacked event. And you can now stop Stagefright.
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