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Apple Q2 Earnings tip 37.4 million iPhones sold aside 19.5 million iPads

Apple Q2 Earnings tip 37.4 million iPhones sold aside 19.5 million iPads

This quarter has certainly been decent for Apple with iPhone and iPad sales that eclipsed the company's numbered from one year ago. While you'll want to see the major numbers surrounding Apple's massive $43.6 billion in revenue in an article just published on SlashGear a moment ago, you'll find that Apple's iPhone units sold aside it's massive amount of iPads pushed in the past three months to be astounding on its own. This quarter's results boasted a cool 19.5 million iPads sold and 37.4 million iPhones sold in the three months ending on March 30th, 2013.

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Google Profits sag at Motorola losses

Google Profits sag at Motorola losses

While the final outcome for Google is another massively successful quarter with $3.35 billion net income, Motorola has once again turned up as a sore spot. Motorola's losses this quarter totaled a staggering $271 million, this comparing to a losses one year ago this same period set at $86 million. While it would, given just those results, appear that Motorola is a whole lot worse off with Google at the helm, the quarter immediately preceding the one just reported sits right up at the top with $353 million lost.

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Intel reports $12.6 billion revenue in Q1 2013 earnings

Intel reports $12.6 billion revenue in Q1 2013 earnings

Intel just reported their quarterly earnings for Q1 2013, and while there's big money to be called out, things are down for the company compared to last quarter. Intel brought in a total revenue of $12.6 billion for the quarter, which is down 7% from $13.5 billion in Q4 2012. The company's biggest drop was their operating income, which took a 20% dive down to $2.5 billion for the quarter.

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GM reports 9.3% sales increase in Q1 2013

GM reports 9.3% sales increase in Q1 2013

General Motors, maker of that awesome new Corvette, has reported its Q1 2013 sales figures, and it looks to be all good news. During the first quarter of this year, General Motors sold just under 665,000 vehicles, resulting in a 9.3% increase over the company's total vehicles sales from Q1 2012. The company also recorded its best March sales in five years, selling almost 246,000 vehicles in just 31 days.

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