Due to an editor's error, Motorola's standing in the handset industry was misstated. Motorola is the No. 3 handset maker worldwide.
This story initially incorrectly reported the discount that a German iPhone customer could receive by crossing the border and purchasing a unit in France. It's 250 euros.
In 1964 congress passed the Civil Rights Act. Three years later came the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), followed by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. This litany of legislation proves that politicians can actually get things done when they put their minds to it, all recent evidence to the contrary.
As an engineering manager for Texas Instruments in the mid-80s, I was careful about discrimination. Then I got a memo explaining that sexual harassment would not be tolerated. I was terrified until I realized the memo went out to all employees. Whew, that was a relief. I wish the memo proves that executives care about their employees, but I think it was more about avoiding litigation. And my relief was all about keeping my job.
Regardless of how or why any of this stuff happens, it's exactly the kind of thing that distinguishes our nation. We've made great strides toward putting an end to job discrimination and sexual harassment. But lately, something seems to have gone terribly wrong.… Read more
An earlier version of this story misstated the location of World Ocean Consulting. It's located in Vancouver, B.C.
This blog initially misstated the first name of the founder of Downtown Records. His full name is Josh Deutsch. Read the updated story here.
This post initially misstated the brand of the two processors that launched Monday. They are Phenom processors.
This article initially misstated the Kindle's built-in connectivity options. It connects to the Web via a high-speed wireless network called Amazon Whispernet.
This photo gallery misidentified the designer of the 111 South Wacker tower. It was designed by Goettsch Partners.
Read the updated photo gallery here.
An earlier version of this blog misstated Google's connection to the JCP. Google is a member of the Java Community Process, though not for the Java Mobile Edition version to which the Android software is most closely related. Read the corrected blog here.