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  • Gates Issues Security Progress Report
    In the first of what will be a series of e-mails to customers from Microsoft executives on various technology and public policy issues, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates provided a progress report on the company's Trustworthy Computing initiative.
  • Windows XP, Licensing 6.0 Lift Microsoft Into The Black
    Microsoft recorded a small profit for its fourth fiscal quarter and fiscal year 2002, largely driven by a corporate rush to volume licensing, uptake of Windows XP, strong growth of server applications, Visual Studio.Net and the success of its Xbox game console.
  • Departure of Sun's Jabbar Shouldn't Impact Channel
    The surprise departure of Masood Jabbar, executive vice president of global sales operations at Sun Microsystems, should not have much affect on the company's channel efforts, solution providers said.
  • Microsoft Revenue Boosted By XP
    Sales of Windows XP Professional helped propel Microsoft's revenues for fiscal 2002 by 12 percent, though operating income for the year was flat, the company said Thursday.
  • Microsoft Reports Increased Profit
    Microsoft Corp.'s fourth-quarter profit easily surpassed its bare-bones profit from a year ago, but fell far short of analysts' expectations because of telecom-related investment losses.
  • IDC: No Rebound For PC Market In 2Q
    Total PC shipments in the second quarter fell 0.5 percent worldwide and inched up just 1.8 percent in the United States compared with year-ago levels, according to a report from research firm IDC.
  • Sun Returns To Profitability
    Sun Microsystems achieved its goal of returning to profitability in its fiscal fourth quarter. The vendor posted earnings per share of 1 cent Thursday, meeting Wall Street expectations.

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