I actually sent an email to corning and this was their response:
We are sorry to hear that you've had a problem with your device. While Corning® Gorilla® Glass is better able to survive the real-world events that most commonly cause glass to scratch, chip or break, no glass is indestructible. We recommend you contact your device manufacturer to review your warranty or repair options.
While Corning does not have a device replacement or repair program, if you find that your device is not covered under a manufacturer or carrier warranty and you are no longer able to use it, our labs do occasionally take noticeably damaged devices for testing. Please confirm the type of device you own and how the screen was damaged and I can confirm with my research colleagues if they’re looking for your type of device.
Please note that not all devices will be selected for testing. After your device has been received, we will send you a $25 American Express e-gift card. Please note that Corning will not repair or return your device and assumes you are in agreement with the terms listed above when we receive the device in the mail.
WOOOOT $25 Gift card for a $900 tablet, seems tempting :P (I'm in Aus)