A few years ago, we looked at NASA's long project to design a paint so black, it would absorb nearly every bit of light around it (that's it above, in the "D" spot). Now, NASA has finally launched the stuff into space—which means that the six-year effort to make it is finally paying off. So, why is this such a vital…
How in the hell is this iPhone still working even though it's constantly being drenched in water? Liquipel. It's a magical invisible coating that's applied to your phone (or any electronic device) that makes both the exterior and interior components waterproof. Uhh... this is AWESOME.
Based on an Apple patent application, it seems that the company is contemplating ways to make gadgets more scratch-resistant and durable with cheap nitride coatings on top of stainless steel exteriors.