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Corning Gorilla Glass 4 unveiled, twice as strong as the competition

Corning Gorilla Glass 4 unveiled, twice as strong as the competition

By 20 November 2014

Corning, the company behind Gorilla Glass, has just unveiled its newest creation in Gorilla Glass 4. Corning says Gorilla Glass 4 is up to two times tougher than competitive glass when dropped on rough surfaces. Odds are you're reading this through Gorilla... >>

Why Apple went for glass instead of sapphire on the iPhone 6

Why Apple went for glass instead of sapphire on the iPhone 6

By 9 September 2014

Leading up to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch there were a lot of rumours suggesting Apple would use sapphire for its screen. Instead it went for glass which was reinforced using an ion process. But why? Sapphire is the second strongest material... >>

So long, Gorilla Glass! Apple's new iPhone and watch to have Sapphire screens

So long, Gorilla Glass! Apple's new iPhone and watch to have Sapphire screens

By 14 August 2014

Apple's next-generation devices will no longer sport Gorilla Glass screens but rather the highly scratch-resistant Sapphire Glass screens. For many years, Corning has, er, cornered the smartphone market with its Gorilla Glass. Many manufacturers, including... >>

Photonic smartphones are coming with sensors in the glass for slimmer, longer battery life devices

Photonic smartphones are coming with sensors in the glass for slimmer, longer battery life devices

By 19 June 2014

A new discovery has revealed a way of embedding sensors into the glass of smartphones, meaning potential user authentication and temperature measuring built right into the screen's glass. These glass-based sensors will only rely on light meaning they... >>

Samsung phones to feature Gorilla Glass until 2023, gains 7.4 per cent stake in Corning

Samsung phones to feature Gorilla Glass until 2023, gains 7.4 per cent stake in Corning

By 23 October 2013

It has been announced that Samsung will continue to use Corning LCD display glass, such as the strengthened Gorilla Glass products currently used on many of its smartphones, until at least 2023. The agreement has been signed as part of a deal in which Corning... >>

Gorilla Glass coming to touch-enabled laptops, Dell already on board

Gorilla Glass coming to touch-enabled laptops, Dell already on board

By 29 July 2013

Corning, the chaps who make your phone screen tougher than a tough thing trying to be tough, have released yet another tough product, this time for touch-enabled laptops. Called Gorilla Glass NBT, Corning presumably seeing a rise in Windows 8 touch-enabled... >>

Asus Zenbook Infinity pictures and eyes-on: Gorilla Glass 3 lid, Haswell and more

Asus Zenbook Infinity pictures and eyes-on: Gorilla Glass 3 lid, Haswell and more

By 3 June 2013

Asus has unveiled its new touchscreen ultrabook, the Zenbook Infinity, which comes with a Gorilla Glass 3 lid to avoid scratches and dents on the outside of the case, rather than just the inner. During its Computex 2013 press conference in Taiwan, the... >>

Smartphones could soon ditch Gorilla Glass for sapphire glass

Smartphones could soon ditch Gorilla Glass for sapphire glass

By 21 March 2013

For many years, Corning has, er, cornered the smartphone market with its Gorilla Glass. Many manufacturers, including Samsung and Apple, use the technology as the front glass on their smartphones and other devices because of its robust nature and scratch-resistant... >>

Corning Gorilla Glass 3 to be shown at CES 2013, three times more scratch resistant

Corning Gorilla Glass 3 to be shown at CES 2013, three times more scratch resistant

By 4 January 2013

Corning has improved its toughened screen glass, used by many mobile phone and tablet manufacturers. Gorilla Glass 3 will be three-times more durable when it comes to on-screen scratch resistance, resulting in 40 per cent fewer visible scratches than... >>

Sony HX8 Bravia TV tops 2012 range with massive Gorilla Glass screen

Sony HX8 Bravia TV tops 2012 range with massive Gorilla Glass screen

By 10 January 2012

Sony has launched its 2012 Bravia lineup which delivers four new TVs; not only do they feature Sony's X-Reality, X-Reality PRO and 3D technology for some pretty detailed pictures, but the HX8 model gets a huge sheet of Gorilla Glass for a bezel-less look.... >>