Corning has issued a press release that officially confirms Samsung’s Galaxy Alpha is clad in the company’s latest, greatest iteration of Gorilla Glass.
A quiet week overall in the world of Android, though a few interesting news did came our way. Google finally brought sharing functionality to Keep, and enriched Play Services with some additional functionality that will let devs add cool new features to their apps. Nokia shocked pretty much everyone with the surprise announcement of a brand new Android tablet, and a tempting one at that. Samsung announced it would cut down on the number of smartphones models (finally!) and hinted at a folding device coming next year. Corning, the quiet glassmaker we own our beautiful screens to, announced the latest generation of its Gorilla Glass. And, finally, Apple and the Android-camp are now a little closer to reaching a peace agreement, after years of fruitless patent war.
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Corning’s newly announced Gorilla Glass 4 affords greater protection against damage caused by dropping your smartphone. Watch them put the glass through its paces in this drop test.
Corning does much more than Gorilla Glass. They has just announced Fibrance, a product that will literally light your devices up.
Huawei is said to be releasing a sapphire version of their popular Ascend P7 smartphone. It will come in limited quantities, but is it worth your money?
Researchers from Polytechnique Montreal in Canada and Corning have successfully managed to implant transparent sensors into Gorilla Glass.
Corning is showcasing its Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass at CES. The new glass has the power to effectively kill germs and bacteria found on the displays of our mobile devices.
Corning’s 3D Gorilla Glass will equip future mobile devices with curved glass surfaces. Read on for more details!
Samsung continues to consolidate its position in the electronics manufacturing industry with a deal involving Corning, maker of Gorilla Glass and other specialty products.
We’re all well aware that the touch sensitivity with Gorilla Glass is now standard, and with the progression of both operating systems and notebook computers towards touch, Gorilla Glass will be a welcome addition to any notebook computer.