Corning's antimicrobial Gorilla Glass topper for electronic devices uses silver (yes, silver!) to fight off icky germs.
The glass maker announced on Friday plans to shape its usually flat chemically strengthened glass, especially for wearables.
In a complicated swapping of a stake in a joint venture with convertible preferred shares, Samsung plans to acquire a piece of Corning.
Apple wows the crowd with a new design on the iPad that is lighter, thinner, and more powerful. It comes at a time when the market has only gotten more competitive.
Corning, the manufacturer of the resilient Gorilla Glass built into smartphones everywhere, has designed a new type of glass made exclusively to better protect notebook touch screens.
The company's latest design-focused notebook showpiece is extremely slim, and will be available in the third quarter.
CNET takes a look at the pros and cons of the superhard material, and why practical constraints kept it from appearing in Apple's latest smartphones.
A sapphire screen isn't in the cards, claims analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, but a larger capacity and other surprises await.
The Lumia 830 is an "affordable flagship," and the 730 and 735 are geared for the selfie-loving crowd, Microsoft says at IFA. Also coming: the Denim release of Windows Phone later in 2014.
Apple may test the waters of a sapphire-screened phone by limiting the tough but pricey material to a single version of the next iPhone this year, claims analyst Gene Munster.