In a follow up to The Wall Street Journal article – The Microsofting of Apple? – by Holman Jennings Jr., CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo discusses the article’s premise (whether Apple is becoming the next Microsoft in terms of overall strategy) with Broadpoint Amtech analyst Brian Marshall and CNBC’s Jim Goldman. Watch below as Holman Jennings Jr’s [...]
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Update – January 25, 2010: Apple (AAPL) has released Q1 2010 earnings and handily beat Street consensus estimates. Apple Q1 2010 earnings call highlights: All-Time highest revenue and profit. New accounting standards adopted – read iPhonAsia post > on AAPL accounting topic Revenue of $15.68 billion and a net quarterly profit of $3.38 billion, or $3.67 per [...]
Piper Jaffray technology analyst, Gene Munster, was a guest on CNBC’s FastMoney program today. The focus was the newly unveiled Google/HTC Nexus One phone and how it might fare in the competitive smartphone marketplace. There was also plenty of focus on iPhone and the competitive advantage Apple enjoys with apps and iTunes. As Munster put [...]
To add icing on yesterday’s stellar earnings report, this morning Apple unveiled their Mac line refresh. The new upgrades include new all-wireless iMacs, a souped-up Mac mini with a server option, and a multi-touch Bluetooth Magic Mouse. The pick of the pack is Apple’s stunning new 27″ inch iMac. It’s a head turner and should [...]
I’m still laughing at this Windows 7 review. I’m beginning to like Mark “the curmudgeon” Haines. He is a Mac convert. And like a reformed smoker, he shows no sympathy for his past bad habits (*cough* Microsoft). Hell hath no fury like a former victim of Windows abuse. You go Mark!