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Gorilla Glass DX

New Gorilla Glass for camera lenses will improve smartphone photography

July 23rd, 2021

Most people rely on their smartphones for photos and videos. Thanks to the various advancements from smartphone vendors each year, there’s almost no point in getting a point-and-shoot camera. But smartphone cameras have become increasingly large and more prone to accidental damage. The smartphones that deliver excellent photo quality have more than one camera on …

Coronavirus Surfaces

Corning invented an incredible paint that can kill the coronavirus

November 15th, 2020

Corning, the company that manufactures strong glass products for smartphones and other devices, came up with a paint solution to neutralize pathogens like the novel coronavirus. Corning Guardiant is a copper-based additive for paint that kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses that land on surfaces. Pending approval from the EPA, Corning and its partner PPG …

Foldable iPhone vs. Mate X vs. Galaxy Fold

This might be the tech innovation Apple needs to make a foldable iPhone

March 5th, 2019

The Galaxy Fold and Mate X are the best examples of what foldable smartphones may look like in the future, but they’re hardly the only ones. A variety of smartphone makers are already working on handsets with foldable screens, Apple included. Apple has hinted time and time again over the years that it’s developing the …

New iPhone 2018 specs: Gorilla Glass 6 coming

This year’s iPhones might be the most durable yet, all thanks to Corning’s new Gorilla Glass

July 18th, 2018

Since the very first iPhone, Apple has used specially-formulated Gorilla Glass from Corning, turning the niche glass manufacturer into a household name along the way. Corning specializes in using chemistry trickery to produce ever-more-durable versions of glass that can take impressive punishement, and in a press release today, Corning has announced that it’s debuting its …

Gorilla Glass Vs. Sapphire

The iPhone 6’s reported sapphire display already has Corning nervous

July 15th, 2014

For a long time, Corning’s proprietary Gorilla Glass has been the go-to material that manufacturers use for smartphone displays thanks to its remarkable durability and toughness. However, with Apple reportedly using a sapphire display for its upcoming iPhone 6, Corning is at risk for potentially losing some significant business, particularly if Samsung again decides to be …