Corning’s Gorilla Glass 6 helps your phone survive up to 15 drops before it breaks

Corning has finally taken the wraps off of the long-awaited Gorilla Glass 6 — a glass that will be used to protect the next generation of smartphones and that Corning says will allow your phone to survive up to 15 drops before it breaks.

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Zuckerberg defends users’ right to be wrong – even Holocaust deniers

CEO explains decision not to censor conspiracy theories but says Facebook will try and ‘reduce distribution of content’

Mark Zuckerberg defended the rights of Facebook users to publish Holocaust denial posts, saying he didn’t “think that they’re intentionally getting it wrong”.

In an interview with Recode published Wednesday, the CEO also explained Facebook’s decision to allow the far-right conspiracy theory website Infowars to continue using the platform, saying the social network would try and “reduce the distribution of that content”, but would not censor the page.

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Could Google be forced to change Android forever?

Google has been slapped with a record-breaking $5 billion EU fine for Android antitrust violations, but the money isn’t even the most alarming thing about it. Google needs to face up to how it manages Android, and this could change its – and our – relationship with the software

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The EU fining Google over Android is too little, too late, say experts

Industry analysts fear action against anti-competitive behaviour will punish consumers more than Google

The European commission has fined Google £3.8bn for anti-competitive behaviour regarding its Android mobile operating system. It’s looking to force the company to cede some control, but is it too little too late?

The record fine is not to be dismissed, but for Google it is the EU’s suggested remedy – the prising loose of its tight grip around Android – that may have the largest impact.

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