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Your next phone might protect you from bacteria

06
Jan
2014

The company, whose Gorilla Glass adorns many of the worlds smartphones, revealed it was developing the glass last year, but chose to formally announce the product at CES, where it will showcase its antimicrobial properties to attendees. The secret to Gorilla Glass new party trick is ionic silver, which is worked into its structure at precise levels as to not impede viewing or durability. Because the silver is an ever-present part of the glass, Corning says its antimicrobial properties will remain effective for the lifetime of a device.

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