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* A mobile adver-game mentioned in "Big Guns Fall in Line Behind Army ‘Adver-Game’" (AA, April 11) should have said that AvantGo is part of Sybases mobile subsidiary, iAnywhere Solutions and the game was designed to create awareness for Microsoft Office 2003.

* In "Waking up to the marketing potential of a good night’s sleep," (AA, April 18), a new bed by Starwood’s Four Points by Sheraton, a moderately priced brand, was misidentified as being made for the more upscale Sheraton brand. The bed is called Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed.

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