Remains of the Day: Going Gaga

A certain lady is apparently Gaga for our favorite company, and a couple Apple products are set to blow up the Near East. In some cases, literally. These are your Tuesday remainders:

Apple purportedly utilizing Liquidmetal alloy in SIM ejector tool (Engadget)

When Apple acquired all the patents for the super strong, non-corrosive alloy technology LiquidMetal, our own Dan Moren wondered whether Apple might be planning to build a Terminator. Turns out that the company is merely focused on building a better SIM ejector. I wonder if it might work well for external antennas.

Why on Earth Did Lady Gaga Visit the Apple Headquarters? (Gizmodo)

To check out the iPa-Pa-Pa-Pads, of course. I understand they make great hats.

iPhone 4 is Coming to China Next Month (Mashable)

You still can't buy an iPhone 4 in China legally, but the delightfully named China Unicorn should be remedying that situation soon. The problem is, once you have a Chinese iPhone 4, you're hungry for a new one just a few hours later.

Overheating iPod causes Tokyo train delays (The Telegraph)

Elsewhere in the Orient, an iPod managed to stop a train in its tracks—literally. The overheating music player reportedly released “an acrid, burning smell,” which in turn required investigation. The train suffered an eight-minute delay, or enough time to listen to the entirety of “Stairway to Heaven” on an unexploded iPod.

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