The surprising data eased the main concern of Wall Street: the pressure on margins by the disaster in Japan. And it seemed a spotless report card for Tim Cook, heir apparent to Steve Jobs, who is on medical leave and not expected to return to his post.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates apparently has special memories with its biggest competitor, Apple founder, Steve Jobs, although the relationship is often poorly reported. Gates eyes look glazed when invited to talk about Jobs.
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Investors and Apple shares rose 5.5% on Wall Street. "We are pleased to report the March quarter, thanks to continued strong performance of the iPhone and the iPad,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s chief executive, who took over the position of Steve Jobs in 2011.
Google removed about 60 thousand applications from Google Play digital store during the month of February for violating the rules. One of these applications is a violation of spamming advertisements to users who downloaded it.