Gorilla Glass 3 promises 40 percent fewer scratches

The toughened glass used in many smartphones and tablets is about to get tougher

By , IDG News Service |  Hardware

Corning and Atmel both expect to see glass touch-screens coming to more products in future, such as automobile consoles and appliances such as refrigerators and coffee machines. Glass screens look nicer and are easier to clean, they argue.

"Touch is going everywhere, and where touch goes, glass will follow," Velasquez said.

James Niccolai covers data centers and general technology news for IDG News Service. Follow James on Twitter at @jniccolai. James's e-mail address is james_niccolai@idg.com

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