“Even while on vacation, I can’t escape Apple,” Swartz writes. “It’s Apple’s world. We just happen to live in it.”
“That fact was driven home Monday, when the world’s most-valued company announced another sterling financial quarter: Record revenue and earnings that pushed the Apple machine to a market capitalization of about $800 billion with nearly $200 billion in cash,” Swartz writes. “As our tech columnist John Shinal pointed out the value of Apple is more than Google and Microsoft combined.”
“Of course, I shouldn’t be surprised,” Swartz writes. “Apple has redefined the way the world communicates, gleans information and entertains itself.”
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As we have always said, even as many short-sightedly waved (and continue to wave) the white flag, the war is not over. And, yes, we shall prevail… No company is invincible. Not even Microsoft. – MacDailyNews Take, January 10, 2005