After Many Years of Battle, Apple Market Value Superseded Microsoft

By: Joanne Lam - Published: May 27, 2010 • References: apple & reuters
The battle for the "biggest tech company" title between Apple and Microsoft has finally overturned this week: Having come out with so many innovative products within the last decade, the Apple market value superseded Microsoft on Wednesday, when, according to Reuters, Apple ended at $222 billion, compared with Microsoft’s $219 billion.

This should come as no surprise to many of the Mac users who have switched over from previous Microsoft systems. It will take a lot more than luck for Microsoft to match the growth that Apple has gained since the new millennium. Have you made the switch (yet)? Stats for Warring Technology Wins Trending: Older & Mild
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