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|10th August 2010, 14:21||#1|
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Apple Signs Exclusive Deal for Liquidmetal Alloy
Apple has secured the rights to an advanced form of metal that could replace the company's use of glass backings in its phones and media players as well as the aluminum casings of its computers.
Liquidmetal Technologies has agreed to give over all the rights to its metal alloy technologies over to Apple for making things relating to electronics.
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