As for Windows Phone 7, there's nary a peep, even though Microsoft was just crowing about moving 2 million licenses yesterday -- we're taking that to mean the infant OS hasn't had any meaningful impact on revenue yet. We're going to jump on the call at 5:30PM ET, we'll let you know if anything good happens.
Update: Corrected the profit numbers: it's a $6.63b profit and a $8.17b operating income, not a $8.17b profit.
Update 2: As noted by our friend Michael Gartenberg, Microsoft's Q210 Windows division revenue was boosted by the inclusion of $1.71 billion in deferred Windows 7 upgrade sales and OEM pre-sales, so if you take those out, the gap between Windows and Xbox went from 3.1 billion in Q210 to 1.3 billion this quarter, and Windows sales are down 8 percent. It's not a huge change for the big picture, but it's worth noting the revenue deferral in context -- Microsoft moved cash around so it would have a huge launch quarter for Windows 7, and now things are evening out.