This report mischaracterized the iPhone 3G's influence on AT&'s second quarter. The phone's launch came after the quarter's close.
This story misstated the title of the upcoming book from Oxford University Press. It is called A Cubic Mile of Oil.
This article incorrectly characterized Linus Torvalds' last response to the OpenBSD community.
Read the updated story here.
This story incorrectly described how Amazon customers can access the retailer's new video service. Customers do not need to purchase the Sony Bravia TV before accessing the new Video on Demand download store.
This blog initially misstated Apple's global market share. It was 3.3 percent in the second quarter, according to IDC, up from 2.9 percent a year ago. Read the updated story here.
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This story cited the wrong city as New Zealand's capital. The capital city is Wellington.
This article initially misstated the BlackBerry Bold's display type. It does not have a touch screen.
See corrected post here.
This report misstated the name of Jonathan Gleklen's law firm. It is Arnold & Porter.