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  • Liquidmetal: When OMEGA launched its Seamaster Planet Ocean Liquidmetal® Limited Edition, the world was introduced to the very first watch to bond ceramics and Liquidmetal®, a zirconium-based alloy. "

    Amateur Economist

  • So by taking one aspect of Liquidmetal, which is strength and hardness, we can provide solutions in the very demanding coating environment.

    Exclusive Interview With The CEO: Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc. (LQMT) - Thomas Steipp - Yahoo! Finance

  • - Apple just bought the rights to all the patents from a company called Liquidmetal

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • So by taking one aspect of Liquidmetal, which is strength and hardness, we can provide solutions in the very demanding coating environment.

    CEO Interview: Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc. (LQMT) - Thomas Steipp - Yahoo! Finance

  • It's a materials company called Liquidmetal, and everybody's talking!

    Gizmodo

  • Named in honor of a stronger-than-steel metal alloy, and distinguished by a ceramic bezel, the " Liquidmetal " watch £ 3,580 was produced in a numbered series of 1,948 pieces, commemorating the year of the Seamaster ' s initial launch.

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  • ( "Liquidmetal"), entered into a Master Transaction Agreement with Apple Inc., a California corporation ( "Apple"), pursuant to which (i) Liquidmetal contributed substantially all of its intellectual property assets to a newly organized special-purpose, wholly-owned subsidiary

    MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors

  • Some people apparently think that just because Apple's acquired all the patents to this super strong, non-corrosive, "Liquidmetal" alloy technology that it's building a Terminator.

    Macworld

  • ED's Tech Update: Apple licenses super-tough "Liquidmetal" technology

    ZDNet Australia

  • On August 5, 2010, Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation ( "Liquidmetal"), entered into a Master Transaction Agreement with Apple Inc., a California corporation

    Softpedia News - Global

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  • "Why would Apple bother using Liquidmetal, a scratchproof, lightweight and superstrength material, on the inside of the phone?"

    June 22, 2015