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Liquidmetal in an Apple product? Don't hold your breath

A co-inventor of Liquidmetal, which Apple has licensed exclusively since 2010 but barely used, says Cupertino is still waiting for the right gadget. As if he knows more than anyone else does.

By May 2, 2012


Liquidmetal and Apple's path to becoming Skynet

Rumors that Apple will use an alloy with sci-fi characteristics in the next iPhone are like an energy drink for a paranoid imagination.

By April 20, 2012


Samsung Galaxy S3 imminent and Liquidmetal iPhone 5 in video

We take you through this week's phone news around the Samsung Galaxy S3, the Liquidmetal iPhone 5 and the upcoming Nokia 808 PureView.

By April 19, 2012


iPhone 5 to be made from Liquidmetal, leak suggests

The iPhone is to be made from Liquidmetal, a Korean source suggests. Sadly though, that doesn't mean you can pour your phone into a cup.

By April 18, 2012


Next iPhone said to ditch glass for Liquidmetal, arrive in June

Apple's next iPhone is once again rumored to sport a metal back using tech Apple's had a license to since 2010, but has not used much.

By April 18, 2012


Apple and the fear of flopping

Apple has set itself up to flourish or flounder in a hit driven business. For the last decade, the company has flourished, but a flop could quickly erode the company's stellar reputation.

By July 18, 2013


iPhone 5 rumor roundup

The iPhone 5 rumors culminated today, 12 September, with Apple's announcement of the iPhone 5 with bigger screen and 4G LTE. Read CNET's iPhone 5 coverage.

By September 11, 2012


Get Google Now on your (rooted) Android 4.0 phone

If you're running an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, here's how to load Google's Siri competitor onto your smartphone.

By July 3, 2012


WWDC 2012 rumor scorecard: The hits and the misses

Apple unleashed a mess of product news this week, yet a lot of them we knew about ahead of time. CNET breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly.

By June 13, 2012


Touch-panel shipments dipping as iPhone 5 looms, report says

Shipments of touch panels will be down 15 percent to 20 percent compared with the first quarter as Apple prepares to transition to its next handset, according to the DigiTimes.

By May 4, 2012