Google has just released the numbers for Q2 2013, and despite missing Wall Street expectations, things are looking good. Over the quarter, Google made $14.11 billion in revenue, with $3.23 billion in income.
These numbers are up some 19 percent from Q2 2012, when Google made $12.21 billion in revenue and $2.79 billion in income. Google was expected to come in with $14.5 billion in revenue and earnings of $10.80 per share, but ended up short, at $9.56 per share.
Of course numbers aren’t the only thing discussed during the earnings calls that accompany quarterly results. Already, Larry Page has announced that 1.5 million Android devices are activated every day, and mentioned that he is, “very excited,” for the Moto X. If anything big is announced, expect to see a separate post on it.
For now, you can see Page’s entire speech on his Google+ page.