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Samsung Galaxy S II has a Corning Gorilla Glass screen

05/03/2011, For a phone as thin as the Samsung Galaxy S II, a lot of people worry about how durable the device is. Surely if something is that thin it would be easy to break into two, right? Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S II makes use of Corning Gorilla...

Asahi Glass’ Dragontail to take on Corning’s Gorilla Glass

01/20/2011, Corning’s Gorilla Glass is increasingly popular in mobile devices, thanks to it being tough and scratch resistant. Now the company might have some stiff competition as Asahi Glass has introduced the Dragontail. While it might not sound much like glass,...

Nokia Uses Gorilla Glass on Touchscreen Phones

11/30/2010, It looks like the change from resistive touchscreen to capacitive touchscreens had resulted in Nokia using Corning’s Gorilla Glass, which is advertised as being tougher to break than regular glass as well as being more scratch resistant. Niilo...

Samsung Galaxy S Confirmed To Sport Durable Gorilla Glass

08/24/2010, We already know that Dell’s Android-powered Streak sports a durable Gorilla Glass display, and now it has been confirmed that Samsung’s high-end Galaxy S phone is also equipped with the same stuff – Gorilla Glass. Gorilla Glass is a...

Gorilla Glass goes stab-proof, heading to TVs next year

08/01/2010, Gorilla Glass is slowly but surely making its way into mainstream gadget consciousness, and is said to feature in new touchscreen tablet devices as well as high end TVs down the road. According to Corning’s website, it seems as though they have...

Dell Streak’s Gorilla Glass Tortured With A Pen

05/30/2010, While most folks would be happy to get their hands on the upcoming Dell Streak, seems like the folks over at Engadget are comfortable enough to put it through a stress test. If you aren’t familiar with it, the Dell Streak has a Gorilla Glass...

Frameless displays being worked on

02/11/2010, Taiwan ODM manufacturers such as Foxconn and Compal are currently working with LCD manufacturers to roll out frameless displays for notebooks as well as netbooks, where the famous “gorilla glass” that has seen action in Dell’s Adamo...

Gorilla Glass makes things tough to break

12/22/2009, With a name like Gorilla Glass, we aren’t surprised that gadgets with such a display are pretty hardy in nature, at least they won’t just crack in half during their maiden drop to the floor. Just for your information, among the devices in the...

Corning To Offer Gorilla Glass

07/08/2009, Corning recently announced that its Gorilla glass will be the protective cover glass of choice for the Samsung Ultra Touch range of handsets. Available in a wide range of thicknesses that range from 0.5mm up to 2.0mm, it makes room for providing...