In this weeks roundup:
- Facebook announces Portal - a video chat device
- Google shutting down Google Plus after hack
- Google announces new devices
- Facebook say that millions of names and emails have been exposed to hackers
Facebook announces Portal - a video chat device
This week, Facebook announced a new video chat device named Portal.
The Portal and the Portal Plus are the first smart home products by Facebook.
It was only a few weeks ago that Facebook told customers that their information had been breached.
Google shutting down Google Plus after hack
Google have announced that they are going to shut down their social networking website, Google Plus after a security bug meant that third party app developers could access any Google+ user information from 2013.
The company tried to hide the security breach as much as they can because they didn't want to pay regulator costs.
This is similar to Facebook's recent privacy scare earlier this year.
However, Google will rebrand Google+ as a business focussed product, like it did Hangouts.
Google announces new devices
Just days after the company's security beach, Google announced a range of new devices.
We've got a list of all you need to know in this article.
Facebook say that millions of names and emails have been exposed to hackers
On Friday evening, Facebook announced that millions of users names, phone numbers and email addresses were exposed after the security bug last month.
You can read more on the issue here.