Macworld comeback

Apple Computer will share the limelight with software and hardware vendors, which will announce faster chips, new peripherals, and updated programs.

CNET News staff
Saying that its turnaround strategy is clearly working, interim CEO Steve Jobs announced that Apple Computer will post a $45 million profit for the first quarter. At its annual Macworld Expo show in San Francisco, Apple also trumpeted good news on its product and technology fronts, upgrading the Mac operating system and announcing that sales of its new Power Mac G3 systems had exceeded expectations.

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