Corning VP Says Gorilla Glass Headed for Automobiles
Posted June 12, 2013 1:24 PM
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Corning Senior Vice President, Jeffrey Evenson told audience members at this year's MIT Technology Review's Mobile Summit, that its Gorilla Glass will very soon be used in automobiles. Currently, Gorilla Glass is used as part of a touch-screen for hand-held devices-from phones to tablet computers. Using the glass in automobiles Evenson said, would allow for better gas mileage and noise suppression.
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