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Walking along below any big glass sheathed skyscraper very early in the morning before the cleaning crew comes out with the shovels is a continuing horror show.
Yeah, I've a buddy that does that, kills phones routinely and in the end it's a mercy since they're so beat up it's hard to look at them (it's amazing how they keep working with screens cracked all to hell....).
"The handset was in the student's back pocket and made a "popping" noise when she sat down" "back pocket" would be what she sat down on it seems to me. It made a "popping" noise" when she damaged it by sitting on it, possibly not for the first time since she'd had the phone for a few months.
And then Twin Creeks, who introduced the technique was bought by GT Advanced who applied the basic idea to other materials including Sapphire? Hence the article title (and many other references to the Apple acquisition in terms of Sapphire)."GT Advanced to Use Particle Accelerator to Cut Sapphire Glass Production Costs" BTW that article also mentions a laminated Sapphire product.."The folks over at TechCrunch go on to note a patent that Apple obtained last year that...
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One tech website showed the new hydrogen beam tech of Twin Creeks (later bought by GT Advanced, later bought by Apple...) producing Sapphire sheets 20 micrometers thick that, when laminated to a metal backing, is shown in a photo rolled up... Here's a different announcement:http://modmyi.com/content/12788-gt-advanced-use-particle-accelerator-cut-sapphire-glass-production-costs.html
Fantasy has a taste?
By South Korean rules? I somehow have always assumed Samsung stays off the NYSE to avoid the awkwardness of the United States' reporting requirements.
No, it was to provide a second tier phone, as has become the offering structure, that was compatible with China Mobile's network, which the 5 isn't.
Of course you can set the time interval.
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