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Meizu MX (unlocked)

If you think you have no use for a Chinese iPhone clone running Android, the Meizu MX could drastically change your worldview. Despite a few quirks, the MX is a slick Android- and iOS- inspired hybrid that also flaunts a few tricks of its own.

By January 25, 2012

3 stars Editors' rating January 25, 2012

MSRP: $400.00


DigitalGlobe's new satellite yields first images

Satellite imagery company releases some early views taken Monday of Texas. WorldView-2 images will be used by Microsoft and Google.

By October 20, 2009


A new space race: Bing vs. Google

Last year, Google sponsored the GeoEye-1 satellite launch. This year, it's Microsoft's turn with DigitalGlobe's WorldView-2.

By October 13, 2009


Pro-piracy politician proffers his worldview

Swedish parliamentary hopeful and copyright critic sails into the U.S. to raise funds and awareness.

By August 13, 2007


Virtualization bolsters Dell worldview

CTO Kevin Kettler touts the technology as a big improvement, saying it extends Dell's "building block" approach. Photos: Dell CTO pushes virtualization

By April 5, 2006


Photos: DigitalGlobe gets up close with satellite photos

DigitalGlobe, which provides satellite images for commerical use, released the first photos from WorldView-1 which show objects that are less than a meter.

By October 15, 2007


Oracle lays out its worldview

Against the backdrop of its acquisition battle for PeopleSoft, the database software maker talks up its tech agenda at this week's OracleWorld conference. The main theme: grid computing.

By September 11, 2003


LAMP start-up ActiveGrid lands $10 million

Company announces a second-round investment of $10 million, led by Worldview Technology Partners.

By July 19, 2005


Agile Storage picks up $26 million

Agile Storage has raised a $26 million second round of funding, led by Worldview Technology Partners. Previous investors Foundation Capital and Mayfield also contributed to this latest round. Los Gatos, Calif.-based Agile has raised a total of $40 million. The storage-networking company pulls together a company's storage boxes and manages them through a single storage network box.

By March 15, 2002


Catena Networks collects $75 million

High-speed Internet equipment maker Catena Networks said on Wednesday that it raised $75 million for its fourth round of funding, which brings its total financing to $192 million. At least 11 investment firms participated in the round, including new investors J&W Seligman, Munder Capital Management and WestAM, along with previous investors Menlo Ventures, Berkeley International Capital, Worldview Technology Partners, Goldman Sachs Group, Bessemer Venture Partners, BCE Capital, Silicon Valley BancVentures and Morgenthaler, which is Catena's largest investor. The Redwood Shores, Calif.-based company opened in 1998 and makes gear that aims to help telecommunications carriers provide low-cost DSL (digital subscriber line) Internet access.

January 23, 2002