The EU antitrust chief, however, gave a cautious welcome to Google's measures to boost competition and give Android users a choice of browsers and search apps, suggesting the company's regulatory woes may be coming to an end.
Qualcomm needs to post a bond of 668.4 million euros or $765 million before it can begin proceedings to enforce the order. Apple said it would pull some phones from its stores while it pursued an appeal.
Facebook's announcement comes a day after Twitter said it will ban ads from RT and Sputnik, two state-sponsored Russian news outlets. Twitter also has said it will require election-related ads for candidates to disclose who is paying for them and how they are targeted.
An exhibit at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City called "New Dimensions in Testimony" uses hours of recorded high-definition video and language-recognition technology to create a "virtual interview" with Eva Schloss, Anne Frank's stepsister, among other survivors.