Due to a reporting error, the story "Toshiba notebooks get a fix from UPS," posted to the wire Thursday, incorrectly referred to a United Parcel Service of America Inc. division working with Toshiba, and incorrectly rendered a spokesman's title.
The story on the wire has been updated, and the sixth paragraph now reads:
Though most people think of UPS as being strictly a shipping specialist, the company has a fair amount of experience with repairs. UPS Supply Chain Solutions, the business unit working with Toshiba, has been handling electronics equipment repairs for at least four years, according to Orzy Theus, a spokesman. UPS technicians repair some cell phones, printers, scanners, projectors, and personal digital assistants under similar arrangements with several other manufacturers, Theus says.