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Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass Slaughters Bacteria With Toxic Silver

Everywhere you go you're touching gross things and then touching your phone. How often do you disinfect your phone? Probably never! Luckily, Corning has developed a new version of its tough Gorilla Glass that kills bacteria. The trick is filling the glass with tiny silver bullets to murder the bastards. Read More >>

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Laptops and Tablets Are Getting New Super-Durable Gorilla Glass

Corning has a new version of its ultra-tough touchscreen glass called Gorilla Glass NBT, meant for touchscreen tablets and notebooks. Read More >>

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Your Next Smartphone Screen Will Be Able to Disinfect Itself

Your phone is filthy. Anything that's getting rubbed by your grimy little fingers on a ridiculously regular basis is going to be far from pristine. But Corning can help. Its newest revision of Gorilla Glass is not only ridiculously resilient, it also kills pesky germs all by itself. Read More >>

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The Glass on Your Phone Is Actually Shrinking Before Your Very Eyes

That Gorilla Glass screen might be good at protecting your phone from scratches, smashes and the nightmare of repair bills, but did you know it's actually physically shrinking, even now while slapped across the front of your phone. Read More >>

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Gorilla Glass an Unlikely Weapon in the Battle to Increase Car Economy

Corning's Gorilla Glass, which has been toughening up mobile displays for the last few years, may soon find its ways into cars. As it's so tough it allows car manufacturers to use thinner layers, reducing overall weight and perhaps adding a few percentage points to fuel consumption averages. Read More >>

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The Miracle Bendy Displays of the Future Are Still Years Away

The frustration with devices like a hypothetical iWatch — or a completely imaginary roll-up tablet (maybe a Vaio or something?) — is that they're made up of parts, and sometimes those parts don't exist quite yet. Or, in the case of Corning's brilliantly flexible Willow glass, they exist, but no one knows quite how to use them yet. Read More >>

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New Tougher Gorilla Glass 3 Is Coming Next Week

Corning has made it known that next week, the company will tell us all about its latest ultra tough gadget glass. Details about Gorilla Glass 3 are scant right now, but here's what we do know: It'll be tough stuff. Read More >>

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What Crazy Gadgets Will Be Made With Corning's New Flexible Glass?

Corning, the venerable creator of Gorilla Glass, is making a big deal showing off its latest creation. Meet Corning Willow Glass—the ultra-thin, flexible glass that bends and rolls like plastic. Read More >>

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Everything Would Be Better If It Was Just Made Of Glass

OK, that might be a bit of an overstatement – I still want my car to be made out of metal, just in case someone decides to drive into the side of me. But Corning’s second vision of a future world made of glass certainly looks awesome. Read More >>

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Corning and Samsung Team Up for Gorilla Glass-Tough OLED

Gorilla Glass, especially version 2.0, has earned its reputation for durability and strength. But reputation only goes so far and Samsung wants something more. That's why Cornign and Samsung are joining forces to develop a newer, better, more scratch-resistant AMOLED screens. Read More >>

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Only Fortified Glass, Not Gorilla Glass

Looks like Google's latest flagship Android phone is slightly less awesome than we thought it was -- no Corning Gorilla glass, just 'fortified glass'. Of course Samsung didn't actually speak about the glass originally, we just hoped-and-wished it was furnished in Gorilla. [Twitter via Phandroid via Android and Me via Engadget] Read More >>

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