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Apple extends deal with Liquidmetal Technologies until 2014

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As noted by MacRumors, a Securities and Exchange Commission filing today reveals that Liquidmetal Technologies will continue to license its technology to Apple through February 5, 2014. The previous deal from 2010 gave Apple rights to the patented amorphous metal alloys through Feb. 5 2012. As of yet we...
Apple extends deal with Liquidmetal Technologies until 2014

Apple Unlikely to Use Liquidmetal Alloys as Major Design Material for Several Years

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With many hoping that Apple will undertake a significant redesign effort for the next-generation iPhone, scattered claims have fueled speculation that Apple might base the design on amorphous metal alloys from Liquidmetal Technologies. Apple acquired exclusive rights to Liquidmetal's technologies for use in consumer electronics back in 2010, but so...
Apple Unlikely to Use Liquidmetal Alloys as Major Design Material for Several Years
Next iPhone and iPad mini set to launch in September, report claims

The iPhone 5 is rumored to be shifting from Glass to Liquidmetal

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At the beginning of the month we posted a report titled "Looking into One of Apple's Special-Purpose Liquidmetal Projects" that was based on several patents related to Apple's agreement with Liquidmetal Technologies. Today we learn that Apple and Samsung Electronics plan to shift their respective smartphone designs to new lightweight...
The iPhone 5 is rumored to be shifting from Glass to Liquidmetal

Liquidmetal Technologies CEO confirms upcoming parts in Apple consumer products [video]

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Apple has been said to use the oh-so shiny Liquidmetal technology, ever since the Cupertino-based company obtained a patent to use Liquidmetal in its products in 2o1o. Apple ran a test, using Liquidmetal in its SIM card ejector tool and is rumored to be investigating its use in batteries....
Liquidmetal Technologies CEO confirms upcoming parts in Apple consumer products [video]

Report: Apple building thinner and lighter Liquidmetal next-gen iPhone

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A new report from Korean publication ETNews.com claims industry sources have confirmed Apple will be using the “liquid metal” technology that it acquired from Liquidmetal Technologies’  in August of 2010. According to industry sources, the next flagship phones of the companies are expected to adopt unprecedented materials for their main...
Report: Apple building thinner and lighter Liquidmetal next-gen iPhone

Surprise! Liquidmetal Is Already Being Used In Apple Products (LQMT, AAPL)

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An interesting nugget of information was recently revealed by Liquidmetal Technologies CEO, Tom Steipp. Steipp announced that his company's technology is already being used in a commercial capacity, "on a number of accounts, most recently by Apple computer." 9to5Mac discovered the video below, which is possibly aimed at investors. However, Steipp doesn't...
Surprise! Liquidmetal Is Already Being Used In Apple Products (LQMT, AAPL)

Apple and Liquidmetal Technologies Extend Intellectual Property Agreement Until 2014

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In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing made today, Liquidmetal Technologies announced that it has extended its agreement with Apple to effectively license its ongoing intellectual property development for an additional two years. The agreement, which is funneled through a subsidiary known as Crucible Intellectual Property, LLC, provides Apple with...
Apple and Liquidmetal Technologies Extend Intellectual Property Agreement Until 2014
Apple and Liquidmetal Technologies extend IP agreement until 2014

Looking into One of Apple's Special-Purpose Liquidmetal Projects

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Before there was even a Master Agreement signed between Apple and Liquidmetal Technologies, there was an Apple patent describing the use of such technology. In June 2010 we posted our original report titled "Behind Apple's Stunningly Crafted iPhone is a Patent." In May 2011 we pointed out how Apple updated...
Looking into One of Apple's Special-Purpose Liquidmetal Projects

Liquidmetal Technologies filing outlines its $20 million agreement with Apple

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In its 10-K filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Liquid Metal outlined the details of its $20 million licensing program with Apple, which began in 2010....
Liquidmetal Technologies filing outlines its $20 million agreement with Apple

Liquid Metal announces shipment of amorphous alloy parts on iPad 3 launch

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Liquidmetal Technologies just announced that it has begun shipment of commercial parts to unnamed customers around the world. The announcement of the Delaware-headquartered company is conveniently timed just two hours before Apple unveils its third-generation iPad at a media even in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The press...
Liquid Metal announces shipment of amorphous alloy parts on iPad 3 launch
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