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Fly, be free! Jailbreak for iPhone 4S, iPad 2 released

The "corona untether" jailbreak allows A5-based devices running iOS 5 to access a wider world of apps. For now, it's only available for Mac OS X, with a Windows version supposedly showing up soon.

By January 20, 2012


Go ahead, cover your keyboard in syrup

Designed by Chris Dimino, the Corona-Matic Waffle Maker is a typewriter keyboard gone waffle maker, though it remains a prototype.

By August 12, 2008


iPod Shuffle case with bottle opener: It's about time!

Mophie introduces new Shuffle case that can crack open a Corona for you.

By May 7, 2007


Graphics giants take a shine to Corona

Microsoft has added chipmakers ATI and Nvidia to its list of supporters for Corona, a technology the company says will bring dramatic enhancements to video playback on the PC.

By April 22, 2002


Corona Networks gets $40 million

Corona Networks announced Thursday that it raised a $40 million third round of funding, led by Merrill Lynch Ventures and New Enterprise Associates. Other investors included The Ignite Group, Alliance Ventures and Redwood Ventures. Milpitas, Calif.-based Corona has raised a total of $68 million. The company offers Internet Protocol-based services, such as encryption and security for Internet service providers, which in turn resell that service to their customers.

By September 27, 2001


Microsoft to unveil media format's name

The software giant on Monday will announce that its crowning digital media technology, code-named Corona, officially will be called Windows Media 9 Series.

July 14, 2002


VC watch: Pathlore snags $10 million

Pathlore receives $10 million in a first round of funding...Corona Networks raises $40 million...iWatt grabs $7.25 million.

By October 1, 2001


Short Take: Shopping.com market makers fined

Two brokerages and two former executives that sold Shopping.com stock at inflated prices must pay $400,000 in compensatory damages, the National Association of Securities Dealers ruled. But the Corona del Mar-based Internet start-up was not fined, Reuters reported. New York's Fiero Brothers brokerage claimed earlier this year that two California firms artificially boosted prices by selling and reselling the stock in-house. Since August, Shopping.com has fallen to a little more than $1.

September 22, 1998