The second and tenth paragraphs of the story, "MagicJack femtocell misses planned launch date," which was posted to the newswire Thursday, have been clarified regarding the company's intent to file an application with the FCC. The updated paragraphs follow, in order: It has taken longer than expected to finish the software and patents associated with the product, a spokeswoman with the company's public relations firm said. MagicJack expects the software to be complete in two weeks, after which time it can file an application for the device with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, she said. The process of getting approval from the FCC for wireless devices typically takes several months. The company spokeswoman did not specify if the company would file an application with the FCC in two weeks when the software is finished. A search of applications in the FCC equipment authorization database does not return any results for Ymax, magicJack, company founder Dan Borislow, or another affiliated company, SJ Labs.