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Apple Has Renewed Its Exclusive Rights To Use Liquidmetal For Consumer Products
Apple is planning on continuing to develop its use of Liquidmetal alloys in the coming years.
| May 22
It Looks Like Liquidmetal Could Improve Our iDevices' Buttons, Touch Sensors
Our future iDevices could use Liquidmetal in more ways than one.
| January 14
New Patent Suggests Apple May Be Closer To Producing Products With Liquidmetal
Are you ready for iOS devices made a the super-durable material?
| July 17
Swatch Chief Not Quite Convinced Apple's iWatch Would Work
The Swatch chief is unsure whether the iWatch would prove successful.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| March 6
Apple Gets Two More Years Of Liquidmetal Exclusivity
Why would Apple have their Liquidmetal exclusivity agreement extended for two more years?
Bryan M. Wolfe
| June 20
Apple's Liquidmetal Flowing Slower Than Previously Thought
Don't expect to see any Liquidmetal gadgets from Apple any time soon.
A.T. Faust III
| May 3
If You're A Metal Expert, Get Yourself To Cupertino Now!
Apple is hiring! If you're a metal expert (and we really mean "expert"), then send your résumé to Cupertino and keep your fingers crossed! Because Apple has posted a new job vacancy on its site following the company's growing interest in "Liquidmetal." Read on to find out what the position requires!
| September 16
Apple Already Using Liquidmetal For The iPhone – Guess Where?
After unveiling it last week, Cult of the Mac has been actively digging out everything it can about Apple's latest technology acquisition; Liquidmetal. This week, they claim that this crazy alloy that came from space to make your next iPhone bendable or who-knows-what (and might or might not help with the Antenna issue) has already been used by Apple.
| August 17