Corning's latest Gorilla Glass will make wearables tougher
It's based on a new type of glass called Project Phire.
Corning can now print high-res images on its Gorilla Glass
Get ready for personalized, full-color logos on your mobile devices.
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Your next phone could have a fingerprint reader on its screen
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Corning unveils Gorilla Glass 4; twice as tough and less prone to shattering
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