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Apple Q1 2013 iPhone sales launch to 47.8 million units sold

Apple Q1 2013 iPhone sales launch to 47.8 million units sold

Apple has once again baffled the smartphone market with their announcement of having sold a massive 47.8 million iPhones (including the iPhone 5 this time around) in a single quarter. This week Apple is making their first report of the year with numbers surrounding their fiscal Q1 2013, this representing the quarter that ended for them on December 29th, 2012. The iPhone segment alone represented a massive jump for the company as last year this same quarter Apple sold 37 million iPhone units across the board.

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Netflix Q4 2012 earnings tout 6 million new users and $8 million in profit

Netflix Q4 2012 earnings tout 6 million new users and $8 million in profit

Q4 2012 earnings are rolling in, folks, and Netflix is the latest to report on their quarterly progress. The movie and TV-streaming company announced today that they gained 6 million new users during Q4, bringing the total number of users over 33 million, with 27 million users in the US alone. They also announced a Q4 revenue of $945 million, with $8 million of that being all profits.

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AMD ends Q4 2012 with net loss of $473 million

AMD ends Q4 2012 with net loss of $473 million

AMD has delivered its financial results for Q4 2012, and things aren't looking too hot for the company as we head into 2013. While AMD reported revenues of $1.16 billion for the fourth quarter, that figure is down 9% sequentially and a significant 32% year-over-year. Not making things any better, AMD reported a net lost of $473 million for the quarter, with loss-per-share coming in at $0.63.

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Google CFO: “12 to 18 months of product pipeline” with Motorola

Google CFO: “12 to 18 months of product pipeline” with Motorola

This week after Google's quarterly earnings statement for their financial Q4 2012, the company's Senior Vice President and CFO Patrick Pichette made it clear that their still relatively new ownership of Motorola includes no less than 12 months of product pipeline put in place before they got there. This means that while Google may very well be working to push Motorola in new directions in the future, it'll be a while before they've worked through the products Motorola already had prepared before they arrived. At the moment, Google has completed 120 days of ownership (or so) of Motorola - so there's quite a bit left to go.

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Google announces Q4 2012 earnings

Google announces Q4 2012 earnings

Google just announced its earnings for Q4 2012, and as expected, the company had another strong quarter. Google earned $14.42 billion in revenue, and scored a net income of $2.89 billion. Q4 2012 revenue is up an impressive 36% from the same time last year, and the net income is up just slightly from last year's $2.71 billion.

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Intel Q4 2012 earnings down but still massive at $13.3 billion in revenue

Intel Q4 2012 earnings down but still massive at $13.3 billion in revenue

Today Intel reported their fiscal fourth quarter results for 2012, noting a full year revenue of $53.3 billion and a fourth quarter revenue of $13.5 billion USD. These amounts are down 1.2% (for the year total) and 3% (for the quarter) year-over-year - certainly encouraging in a year where PC sales weren't exactly booming. Intel also reported operating income of $14.6 billion USD for the year and $3.2 billion operating income over the fourth quarter.

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Verizon sets its own record, activates 9.8 million smartphones in Q4

Verizon sets its own record, activates 9.8 million smartphones in Q4

Verizon revealed earlier today in an SEC filing that it activated 9.8 million smartphones during its fourth-quarter. Says the carrier, these activations were comprised of a "higher mix" of iPhones, likely due to the iPhone 5. These numbers are from the company's Q4 estimates; it is slated to reveal its financial report on January 22.

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RIM Q3 2013 Earnings show customer loss and profit gain

RIM Q3 2013 Earnings show customer loss and profit gain

Whatever works, they always say, and thus it is with RIM's newest earnings call in which they've got a profit showing in their 2013 fiscal third quarter, but appear to have indirectly payed for it with a loss of subscribers. One of the big reasons the company that'll soon be delivering BlackBerry 10 showed a profit of $14 million (3 cents a share) this quarter was a tax settlement, but compared to just one year ago, even this profit is paltry. One year ago this same quarter, RIM posted a profit of $265 million (51 cents a share).

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Barnes and Noble Q2 earnings show digital content grind

Barnes and Noble Q2 earnings show digital content grind

This week Barnes & Noble has made the call on their financial second quarter, citing increased spending on their Nook division to keep pace with Amazon.com and Apple. The company made it clear that as the Nook accounts for 8.5 percent of their total revenue, it wasn't going away any time soon - meanwhile same-store in-store book sales dropped over Black Friday weekend - imagine that! Barnes & Noble also reported that quarterly sales of its high-margin digital periodicals and books went up significantly.

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Dell Q3 2013 earnings show deep year-over-year dip

Dell Q3 2013 earnings show deep year-over-year dip

It's time for Dell to let it be known what their fiscal results are for their third quarter of 2013, and it's not looking very fantastic. With comparisons galore to the same period of time last year, Dell is anywhere in-between doing slightly worse and getting cut in half - and it all starts with a number that, if you didn't know better, would look positively fantastic: $13.7 billion in revenue.

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NVIDIA Q3 financial report shows record revenue

NVIDIA Q3 financial report shows record revenue

NVIDIA has published its Q3 financial report, showing off its record revenue of $1.2 billion. Also included in the report is its announcement of initiating quarterly cash dividend payment, as well as extending its share-repurchase program until December of 2014. All of this was rounded out by some enthusiastic statements by the company's president and CEO about a promising future.

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T-Mobile posts Q3 2012 earnings, loses 492,000 contract customers

T-Mobile posts Q3 2012 earnings, loses 492,000 contract customers

T-Mobile announced its Q3 2012 earnings this morning, and things aren't looking all too great. The carrier brought in $4.9 billion in revenue, which is 6.4% less than this time last year, and they earned $1.2 billion, a decline of 15.2%. However, T-Mobile's biggest loss has to be the drop of almost 500,000 contract customers in just Q3 alone.

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