The Network World story "Broadcom readies chips optimized for Android 4.0," which ran on the wire Thursday, misidentified a vendor in the 10th paragraph.
The paragraph has been corrected and now reads as follows:
The new chips make use of Broadcom's VideoCore technology, which in effect offloads the phone's application processor. Broadcom says these ICS phones have the lowest power HD playback and camcorder capabilities up to 1080p. Rango says phones with these features will be available within six to nine months.