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Corning to launch new germ-killing Gorilla Glass


Your next Corning Gorilla Glass-equipped device won’t just help protect you from scratches, it would keep germs at bay, too. The next-generation Gorilla Glass will be built with an antimicrobial coat to prevent the growth of bacteria, mildew, mold, fungi, and the like on your touchscreen device. The glass will have an ionic silver coating found on other germ-killing surfaces.

Source: Corning


The Apple Beat: 5 Technologies Apple pioneered that became tech standards  

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple gets a lot of flack for dropping and discontinuing technologies from their products. They also get criticized for pushing new standards forward, some of these stick and the industry adopts them

They are known as much for their innovations as they are for their exclusions. Here are are some technologies that Apple pioneered which were eventually adopted by the rest of the industry.

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Review: Motorola Atrix HD

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Atrix line for Motorola has remained as its flagship smartphone offering for close to three years now. It was the first model to feature dual-core processors and was said to be powerful enough to power the LapDock and HDMI desktop base station. The Atrix HD is available from Bell for $49.95 on a three year contract and $600 is the no contract price.

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Review: Motorola RAZR V

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Motorola Mobility seems keen on refining the RAZR line of Android smartphones. Their latest model, the Motorola RAZR V, carries over a lot of the features and design strengths of the original flagship RAZR Android smartphone released last year, but scales down some features and pricing to appeal to more general users. 

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