Seen from the side, the thinness of this piece of Gorilla Glass (right) is stark when compared with its soda lime glass counterpart (left). Early this year, Corning announced Gorilla Glass 2.0. Although it is 20 percent thinner and allows for greater touch sensitivity, it will retain the same scratch resistance and strength we've come to expect from the original product. Here our own Jessica Dolcourt holds a piece of Corning's flexible glass, which measures 100um, or micrometers, thick. Although there are no current applications for this type of glass, Corning hopes to use it for flexible displays--for example, an interactive touch screen that could wrap around a pillar and be used for adspace.
Jessica was then instructed to push against the center of each piece of glass with a metal prod and take note of how much strength it took to break each piece, The non-strengthened piece of soda lime glass took the least amount of effort to break, and was easily compromised, Although strengthened soda lime glass took a bit more effort than the non-strengthened piece, Jessica was able to break through it easily nonetheless, We know that Gorilla Glass is not impossible to break (for proof, check out our successful iphone xs tough grip - blue/titanium attempt at destroying the Sonim XP3300 Force), but compared with the previous two pieces of soda lime glass, along with a torqueless prod, breaking through this piece of Gorilla Glass proved difficult..
The Gorilla Glass escaped Jessica unscathed despite her feats of strength. The broken pieces of non-strengthened and strengthened soda lime glass weren't so lucky. Demonstrating what can be done with just glass, Corning shows us how a window pane doubles as a speaker using only an iPod, an amplifier (bottom-right black unit), and a transducer attached to the glass. The sound vibrations traveling through the glass can be felt by hand. Corning has come a long way since its days of providing Thomas Edison with the glass to make his bulbs. Now that consumers expect the thinnest, toughest, and clearest glass on their mobile phones, we'll be anticipating what Corning has to offer with Gorilla Glass 2.0 and beyond.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Symantec iphone xs tough grip - blue/titanium recently raised an alarm over an alleged Trojan it dubbed Android.Counterclank, saying its researchers had discovered 13 apps on the Android Market that had millions of downloads combined were "malware" because they could allow an attacker to remotely control the device, But Google refused to remove the apps from the Android market because they weren't violating terms of service or doing anything customers hadn't given permission for..
The apps included disclaimers noting that that they were making money by including a search bar shortcut that could be deleted and adding a search app to browser bookmarks. Symantec backtrack on its assessment that the apps were malware in a blog post earlier this week, noting that "the code in the Tonclank and Counterclank applications comes from the same vendor. The vendor is a company who distributes a SDK (software development kit) to third parties to help them monetize their applications, primarily through search.".
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