In the future, economies of scale could bring down the price of sapphire, making it possible for manufacturers to use it on smartphones and other devices.
According to Corning president James Clappin, products utilizing flexible displays are likely still three years out. Will Samsung’s OLED technology beat them to the punch?
Gorilla Glass is an amazing material, without which our beloved gadgets would look quite differently. Corning has just released two interesting videos that demonstrate the amazing properties of Gorilla Glass 3.
Much like the first edition print of any comic book hero’s tale, Corning Glass was born of a science experiment gone wrong. In 1952 a scientist at Corning placed a piece of photosensitive glass in a furnace for testing. At some point the furnace skyrocketed from 600 degrees Celsius to 900 degrees. Expecting a ruined sample, the scientist was surprised to find an opaque sheet of material rather than a melted blob of molten mess.
The third generation of Corning’s Gorilla Glass is going to be demoed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week. It’ll be even stronger!
Is the Gorilla glass back of the Nexus 4 prone to cracking? A number of Nexus 4 users reported problems with the glass back of their devices, ranging from minor nicks to complete shattering.
Let’s face it, Corning Gorilla Glass has pretty much become a household name for most of us techies. While Gorilla Glass first got its start on the original iPhone, it has quickly become quite popular on a wide range of mobile devices. Now Corning has even announced that its Gorilla Glass technology has been featured in over one billion devices worldwide.
As the gorilla in the industry, it’s hard not to find Corning’s creations in your favorite gadgets. In fact, the damage-resistant Gorilla Glass and its sequel have now been used by 33 major... brands in over 750 product models and 750 million devices the world over. So, what’s next for the glass specialist?
Corning has spotted a trend, which others have picked up as well, by announcin...
We all know gorillas are tough. That’s why they use the term 800-pound gorilla to call someone who’s the biggest and baddest in a certain area.
Well, the 800-pound gorilla in glass... making is Corning, the maker of the thin sheets of glass that protect the displays of our oh-so-precious devices from nicks and scratches.
Corning’s Gorilla Glass is used in hundreds of devices...
Samsung was already using Gorilla Glass in their Galaxy S devices to make them more scratch resistant and shatter proof, but they are now signing a partnership with Corning to manufacture the... next generation of Gorilla Glass, called Lotus Glass. The Lotus Glass will withstand higher processing temperatures that are needed to manufacture AMOLED displays, so Samsung will benefit not just from...