It looks like no one is getting out of the recession unscathed, not even Microsoft.
Following news of some heavy restructuring in the gaming department, Microsoft has announced that revenue for its portable media player, Zune, has declined by $100 million this last fiscal quarter. That's a 54 percent drop from the same quarterly period the previous year.
Not that the company is in any immediate danger, with some cushy holiday sales figures backing up the Xbox 360 and its software.
Apple, on the other hand, reported a three percent increase in iPod sales.