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Flexible Glass Tablets?

This may seem ridiculous, but this could happen within the coming years. But there is a glass company called Corning, and they posted a video in June about flexible glass.

This would be interesting to do, and could be a changer to the industry, especially with the growth of the touch screen industry these days. Corning says as the glass gets thinner and thinner, the glass reliability relies more on the technology of optical fibre. According to Wikipedia, optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made of very pure glass (silica) not much wider than a human hair that acts as a waveguide, or “light pipe”, to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber.

Here is a short video from Corning Incorporated about flexible glass.

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About Jordan Yep

Senior Editor and President of Jordan's Tech Stop. From a young age, he has always been fascinated by technology, and enjoys reporting and checking out the latest in the tech world. Jordan has an IT Essentials certification from Cisco, which he received in 2012. Email Jordan at: jyep@jordanstechstop.com

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