Corning has finally taken the wraps off of the long-awaited Gorilla Glass 6 -- a glass that will be used to protect the next generation of smartphones -- which allows your phone to survive up to 15 drops before it breaks.
At CES 2017, Corning debuted its Connected Car concept fitted with Gorilla Glass. Thinner, lighter, and clearer than normal glass, Gorilla Glass also permits augmented reality options such as vivid head-up displays.
Corning has taken the wraps off of Gorilla Glass 5, the company's strongest glass to date. But how strong is it? According to Corning, it can withstand drops of 1.6 meters as much as 80 percent of the time.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is the first smartphone to use Corning's Gorilla Glass 4 to protect its touchscreen. It's apparently twice as strong as other glass covers, and protects the phone in a high percentage of accidents.
Corning, the makers of Gorilla Glass, has teamed up with Mythbusters to produce a two-part video series about its product. It's fun and informative, plus we get to see flexible Willow Glass in action, a key part of bendy phones and watches…
Intel is leading the charge to make next-generation cables that can handle the ever-increasing power of our most massive computers. Intel will create MXCs, cables that can transmit as much as 800Gbps in and out of a server.
Corning's Gorilla Glass protects over a billion devices worldwide, and now the company has announced a new 3D manufacturing process to produce the curved displays of the future (and perhaps the iWatch).
Smartphones and tablets aren't the only ones getting love from Corning. The company announced its new laptop-specific Gorilla Glass, called NBT, that will be added to some of this fall's upcoming laptops.