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Kids Don't Stand a Chance Against Gorilla-Glass TVs

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Moms, rejoice! Stab-, scratch- and destruction-proof televisions may be coming soon ....

Glass manufacturer Corning Incorporated announced today that its board of directors has approved a capital expenditure plan to expand the company's LCD glass and Gorilla glass manufacturing in response to "strong market demand" (otherwise known as moms with highly active children -- like ours!).

Before today, the company was advertising its amazing "stab-proof" glass, but had no deals in place. Now the company is predicting a deal as early as this fall.

If this glass is coming to LCD TV sets, we're pumped! Check out this demonstration vid:

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