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.
Stories by PC World.com staff
Due to an editing error, the story "Yahoo updates Messenger," posted to the wire Monday, contained incorrect information about the introduction of Yahoo Messenger's Super Webcam feature.
Due to an editing error, the story "Privacy advocates swap horror stories," posted to the wire Friday, didn't offer clarification of Title III wiretaps.
SAN FRANCISCO (02/04/2004) - Due to a reporting error, the story "First tests: Intel's 3.2-GHz 'Prescott' P4," posted to the wire Monday contained the wrong shipping date for Intel Corp.'s new Prescott systems.
SAN FRANCISCO (11/21/2003) - Due to a reporting error, the story "Xcelsius enlivens Excel," incorrectly identified Xcelsius' ability to refresh data by connecting to an online XML database.
SAN FRANCISCO (11/20/2003) - The big-budget, high-profile Comdex trade shows of the 1990s are clearly no more. This year's show was a much smaller, deliberately scaled-down affair. How much smaller? Consider this: No traffic cops were needed at the main intersection in front of the convention center. Or this: Parking was easily available in the convention center's main lot--for only US$5.
SAN FRANCISCO (11/20/2003) - Due to a reporting error, the story "LCDs grow in size, shrink in price," posted to the wire Thursday, mentioned an incorrect price for Hewlett-Packard Co.'s 2335 model LCD monitor. The story also incorrectly mentioned the scheduled shipping date for HP's 2035 model LCD monitor. The monitor's price has also been added.
LAS VEGAS (11/17/2003) - The focus of this year's Comdex trade show here may be on businesses, but several companies are showing new products for consumers. At the Digital Focus/Mobile Focus media event, which took place on the eve of the show, companies from Sony to Iomega previewed new devices for work and play.
SAN FRANCISCO (11/05/2003) - Due to an editing error, the story "FCC endorses built-in copy controls," posted to the wire Wednesday, misrepresented the U.S. Federal Communications Commission rule regarding copy controls. The story has been corrected on the wire and the 18th paragraph now reads:
SAN FRANCISCO (09/17/2003) - Due to a reporting error, the story "The Mirra brings big backup home," posted to the wire Wednesday, incorrectly spelled the company name that introduced the Mirra personal storage server. The company's correct name is Ispiri. All references to the company name in the story have been changed on the wire.
SAN FRANCISCO (09/16/2003) - Due to an editing error, the PCWorld story, "Xerox updates color laser line," posted to the wire Tuesday, incorrectly described the paper capacity of the Xerox Corp. Phaser 6250DT printer.
Due to a reporting error, the PCWorld.com story "Norton updates toughen online security," posted September 8, referred to Norton SystemWorks incorrectly in three instances. The story has been corrected on the wire and the ninth and eleventh paragraphs now read, respectively: