Today's major tech stories include Apple's apparent fix for a MacBook problem, a disc-less Xbox One S on the horizon and Corning's efforts on a bendable version of its Gorilla Glass.
Designed for use in automotive interiors, Corning's Gorilla Glass for Automotive will flex, rather than shatter on impact, opening a new world of applications for car designers.
We explain why your phone is only going to get more expensive, take a look at cutie-pie robots and visit Tesla's extreme weather testing facility.
The makers of Gorilla Glass are working on an ultrathin bendable glass that could help protect the next wave of foldable phones.
We spend episode 500 talking about Smash, Apple Watch's EKG support and Corning crazy bendable glass.
An exclusive look at Corning's new ultrathin bendable glass that could make it onto the next generation of foldable devices.
We dropped a brand-new iPhone XR on the sidewalk to find out just how tough this phone is compared to the more expensive iPhone XS and yes, we broke the camera.
We subjected our brand-new yellow iPhone XR to some falls onto the sidewalk to find out what it takes to break its glass.
With mostly incremental updates to the new iPhones, Apple leaves the door open for competitors to up the ante in the next 12 months.
It's a little bit sad -- but it sounds like Samsung may take up the torch.
But it definitely won't be the last.
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