This story misstated a quote from Tom Tauke, executive vice president of public affairs and policy for Verizon. Tauke said that it was in the best interest for the FCC to make a decision on the Comcast/BitTorrent case. He did not say that it was in the best interest for the FCC to make a decision against Comcast.
This post initially misstated the type of cancer Lance Armstrong survived. It was testicular.
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The story incorrectly listed which push e-mail solutions the E71 works with. It does not work with BlackBerry Connect or GoodLink.
The story incorrectly listed the number of current Google employees. The number is actually closer to 20,000.
This story incorrectly stated on which standard DoCoMo's network is based. Its network is based on the GSM family of technologies.
The story erred by making it appear that Michael Pachter had said it was "crazy" that Netflix was paying Hollywood studios $40 million to obtain movie rights. He was commenting about Netflix's overall investment in digital distribution.
Having spent some time in recording studios, I was aware that automatic pitch-correction software exists and is used by nearly every singer to smooth out the occasional off note. (Neko Case claims she doesn't use it, but she's the rare exception.) But I don't sing, so haven't spent a lot of time with it myself.
So I was fascinated to hear New Yorker music editor Sasha Frere-Jones, who wrote about pitch-correction this week, give an audio demonstration of Antares' AutoTune software in the magazine's Out Loud podcast. He sings a version of Kelly Clarkson's … Read more
This photo gallery gave the wrong name of the product designed by Delroy Dennisur. It's called the Power Conscience.