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Activision Q3 2012 results give info on Diablo III, Starcraft II expansions

Activision Q3 2012 results give info on Diablo III, Starcraft II expansions

Activision, perhaps the biggest name in video games at the moment, has reported its financial results for Q3 2012, and as you've probably already guessed, they're pretty darn great. The company brought in a GAAP net revenue of $841 million during the quarter, which up significantly from the $754 million in took in during Q3 2011. It's also $101 million more than the company originally projected, so you can bet that Activision's executives are smiling this evening.

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Qualcomm dishes Q4 2012 financial results

Qualcomm dishes Q4 2012 financial results

Qualcomm has delivered its financial report for Q4 2012, and things are looking pretty good across the board. Revenues in Q4 settled at $4.87 billion, which is up 18% year-over-year and 5% sequentially. That certainly isn't bad, but the company's operating income was stagnant year-over-year and actually down 11% sequentially, coming in at $1.24 billion.

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Apple Q4 earnings report issued, Cook sounds off on Surface

Apple Q4 earnings report issued, Cook sounds off on Surface

Apple has issued its earnings report for quarter 4 of its fiscal year, and things are looking pretty solid heading into the holiday shopping season. The company reported a revenue of a whopping $36 billion, which is a pretty significant boost over the $28.3 billion in revenue Apple made in the same quarter last year. The company's net profit came in at $8.2 billion, which is again up year-over-year from $6.6 billion.

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Facebook announces Q3 2012 earnings

Facebook announces Q3 2012 earnings

Facebook just announced its earnings for this year's third quarter, and it seems they were right on track with analysts' expectations. The company earned a revenue of $1.26 billion and adjusted earnings of $0.12 per share. Analysts had Facebook at estimations of $1.23 billion and $0.11 a share, which was right on par.

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