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Reuters forgets Apple

You won't believe this, or they know something we don't: according to an article in Reuters,

&quote; Microsoft [..] is the biggest seller of software for the Macintosh with its Office for "Mac OS X", Apple's operating system for the Macintosh.

Err.. Remember Microsoft complaining at the last MWNY about the few copies of Office X sold ? Well unless Microsoft sold bags of copies of Office since, I can't see they could be bigger than .. Apple itself!?!

Jobs reported at MWSF that 5M Mac OS X users existed, and remember those 100'000 copies of Jaguar alone were sold in the first weekend of sales?

Why did Reuters forget Apple ?

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#1 by Diamond

11:47 on 14 February 2003

It's all politics. Bill temporarily needed Apple while they were under attack. Now he feels a bit better.

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