Kenya to get internet by balloon, Comcast drops Fox pursuit
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Parts of Kenya will be getting internet by balloon.
Loon, a subdivision of Alphabet, has made a deal with Telkom Kenya to provide internet service to parts of Kenya.
Loon uses huge balloons about the size of a tennis court that deliver internet access instead of building towers.
Service should start next year.
Corning introduced Gorilla Glass 6. Gorilla Glass is frequently used on cell phones and tablets.
The company says the new glass can survive 15 drops from one meter onto rough surfaces.
Expect Gorilla Glass 6 to hit the market in the next few months.
It looks like Disney will be getting Fox.
Comcast issued a statement saying the company will not pursue the acquisition of the 21st Century Fox assets.
Comcast and Disney were in a bidding war which led to Disney offering $71.3 billion.
Fox agreed to the acquisition by Disney in June.
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