Google Revenues Surge, but Miss Profits Expectations

Google has reported surging revenues that beat analysts forecasts, and a profit that was up by a quarter, but missing forecasts.


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BlackBerry Appoints Marty Beard as COO
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Telstra to Switch on LTE-A Services Shortly
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Vodafone Signs Fibre Network Sharing Deal with Portugal Telecom
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Google Widens Lead over Apple in App Downloads
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Huawei Working on TV Broadcasts over LTE in the UK
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Amazon Expands In-App Advertising to Apple Devices
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SK Telecom and Ericsson Show Off Elastic Cell, a Key Enabler for 5G
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Telefonica Loses Appeal Against $205 Million Regulatory Fine
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Blackberry Offers BBM for Windows Phone Devices
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US Schools and Libraries to Receive $2 Billion to Improve Wi-Fi Coverage
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Cumulative $1 trillion to be spent on telecom and datacom equipment and software over next 5 years
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Google Revenues Surge, but Miss Profits Expectations
Google has reported surging revenues that beat analysts forecasts, and a profit that was up by a quarter, but missing forecasts. more

Future electronics may depend on lasers, not quartz
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No evidence that California cellphone ban decreased accidents, says researcher
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Microsoft to Slash 18,000 Jobs at Nokia Handset Division
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USA's Isis to Drop Brand following Rise of Militant Islamist Group
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