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What Apple Music can learn from Tidal

Commentary: The streaming music service co-owned by Jay Z, Beyonce and Kanye West can teach Apple a thing or two about thinking outside of the box.

By April 30, 2016


Born in the U.S.A.: Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum amplifier

The Audiophiliac listens to one of the most affordable, fully featured American-made tube amplifiers you can buy.

By April 28, 2013


'New Kind of Science' falls short of its iPad e-book potential

New support for Retina graphics helps a lot, but Stephen Wolfram's magnum opus about math, computing, and physics could be so much more.

By February 6, 2014


Nintendo and Magnum show off 3DS console photos

Renowned photographic agency Magnum has teamed up with Nintendo to show off the 3DS console's image skills.

By September 21, 2011


BlackBerry Magnum spotted in the wild

It appears to be the company's first touch-screen QWERTY device, and an attempt to bridge the gap between its popular Curve and Bold QWERTY handsets and its Storm touch-screen device.

By January 28, 2010


CellGlide receives $10 million

CellGlide announced Monday that it raised $10 million in its most recent funding round. TLcom Capital Partners led the round and gained a seat on the Israel-based company's board of directors. CellGlide makes equipment that wireless carriers use in networks that run on GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) technology. The company had previously raised money from Magnum Communications Fund, a venture capital fund that includes investments from companies such as Deutsche Telekom, KPN and Sonera, which is also an independent shareholder in CellGlide.

June 10, 2002


Linux software company signs deals

SWsoft, a VMware competitor whose software lets a single Intel server run 10 to 200 instances of Linux, has signed deals to sell its product in conjunction with Dell Computer and IBM servers, the company said Tuesday. The Magnum-SC servers include SWsoft's Virtuozzo software installed on IBM or Dell servers with as many as eight processors. Prices range from $10,000, for models that can host up to 10 Linux servers and are based on IBM's x330 or Dell's PowerEdge 1650, to $50,000, for a model using the x360 or PowerEdge 6650 and hosting up to 25 servers. The company didn't release pricing for a top-end version for hosting 50 Linux servers, based on a PowerEdge 8450 or x370.

By April 24, 2002