CNET's Ben Fox Rubin discusses his visit to Corning's reliability and testing labs for its smartphone cover glass.
At Corning's Gorilla Glass testing labs, the glassmaker that fronts Apple's iPhone tried to show that rival sapphire crystal isn't all it's cracked up to be.
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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.
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About 890 jobs may be lost from shutting down its sapphire operations, but GT says its agreement with Apple included "oppressive and burdensome" terms and obligations.
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.