It's been a big week for Google! Not only did it launch its newest smartphones, but it's also made a whole bunch of changes to its product lineup, from renaming G Suite to killing its VR platform and more!
The Mountain View giant is sweetening the deal for prospective buyers of its newest smartphones with three months of free Stadia Pro, YouTube Premium, Play Pass, and 100 GB of Google One. Plus, those in a select few countries can also nab a free pair of cans from Bose.
Verizon is the first U.S. carrier to stock LG's funky dual-screen Wing. And it's accepting pre-orders for the phone starting October 1 for an eye-watering $999, though you can bring that down by opting into a few offers the company is running.
Facebook is launching a new service targeted toward college students. Facebook Campus will be a dedicated section inside the Facebook app with a separate profile, news feed, and more that's curated toward a students' academic activities.
A new report suggests OPPO is significantly ramping up its production for European markets, with plans to fill the void left by Huawei as the battered tech giant faces a critical shortage of key components.