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  • Asus, Google, reveal new Nexus 7

    The screen is Full HD with 323ppi and an IPS panel with a  178 degree viewing angle, as well as Corning Glass to prevent scratches. The screen is LED backlit 1920x1200 resolution.
  • Super cheap Nokia Lumia 625 leaked

    RumourIt's rumoured to have a 4.7-inch LCD display with 800x480p resolution and pixel density of 201ppi. Layered with Corning Gorilla Glass 2 for resistance against scratches, this screen will feature the super sensitive touch technology that has been seen in other Lumia phones.
  • Motorola sheds more light on X-Phone

    Developed by Motorola’s Skunk Works, the phone will be the first smartphone built entirely in the United States. Motorola will source 1,100 components used in the phone from across the globe. The processor will be stamped out in Taiwan, while the OLED screen will come from South Korea.
  • Intel's Thunderbolt will start speed war with USB 3.0

    But the USB Implementers Forum said that it would double the speed of USB 3.0 to match Thunderbolt's data transfer rate per channel by the middle of this year. This is bad news for Aptel which has not really bothered to do much work upgrading the technology.
  • Samsung releases Windows Phone

    Samsung's ATIV S Windows phone sports a high-end 4.8-inch display, Corning "Gorilla" glass, and an 8-megapixel rear camera and 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera. A camera like that does give Nokia a chance.
  • Schick as a parrot, stuck at CES - foam for all at MGM Grand

    CES 2012From Schick a schort hop, schip and jump to Ford. We asked the same question of Ford for the car it was showing off – the answer is north of 650 chips.
  • Tech industry will be affected by mega Japanese earthquake

    Japan's earthquake and tsunamiBack in August 2009 an earthquake temporarily devastated the tech industry. The internet was down and factories were forced to close for days. One example was Corning’s LCD glass manufacturing facility in Shizuoka, which came to a halt following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake off the Japanese coast.
  • Noctua cooler, Gigabyte motherboard, Dell Streak 7 preview

    Hard 'upHotHardware previewed the Dell Streak 7, the slightly larger cousin of the original five-inch Streak model. It's set to pack a seven-inch WVGA touchscreen with a resolution of 800x480 pixels, multi-touch support and Corning Gorilla glass.
  • Corning expands Eagle XG slim glass product line

    Corning Incorporated has launched its Eagle XG Slim glass substrates in larger generation sizes, which support LCD panel manufacturing for larger applications such as TV and large monitors.
  • Cuban Missile Crisis glass finally has a use

    While a tanked-up steroid-filled John F Kennedy nearly ended the world over his drug fuelled obsession with Cuba, a boffin working for the glass maker Corning hit on a brilliant idea to make really tough glass.
  • Corning breaks through glass ceiling in China

    Glass combine Corning is to spend $800 million to build an LCD glass substrate factory in the People's Republic of China.
  • Corning launches thin 0.4mm glass substrates - ready to use

    Get out the way, fatties! Corning Incorporated is introducing a new line of super thin glass substrates which have got Kate Moss thinking she looks like Roseanne Barr. At their tiniest, they're just 0.4mm thin.
  • Motion announces "rugged" tablet PCs

    They will also be more durable than other tablet PCs, claims Motion, thanks to the Corning Gorilla glass used, which will offer up to four times better breakage resistance along with a new anti-smear coating for improved visibility.
  • TFT-LCD glass grows to 278 million square metres

    For area, Samsung Corning Precision (SCP) led with a 33 percent market share in the fourth quarter of 2009, followed by AGC with 25 percent, Corning with 19 percent, and NEG with 18 percent.
  • Is Google Fiber just another strawman?

    AnalysisOne of the most sophisticated optical fibre LAN installations anywhere is the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. They saved almost $4,000,000 by going to an all-fibre network.

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