Google's revenue up 33 percent for Q3 2011

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    Google today announced its earnings report for Q3 2011. We are hearing the word "billions" a lot. $9.72 billion in revenue for the quarter, which is up 33 percent from the same time period last year. Net income (GAAP) was $2.73 billion, also up from $2.17 billion for Q3 2011. With $46.2 billion in cash on hand.

    Lots of money in the search business still. No Android news (Unfortunately) in the release, so stay tuned for the earnings call and Q&A.

    Source: Google. Via: AndroidCentral.Com
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    Yea.. wish I went to Harvard ..<g>
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    Isn't that more cash on hand than apple?
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    Not even close
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    Apple has $76 billion on hand. So about 65% more than Google. Or you could say Google has 60% of the cash on hand that Apple has. (mind you this is July Apple data vs Sept Google data)

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