Google Hauled in £6.5 Billion of Highly Relevant Money Last Quarter

By Brian Barrett on at

Google just reported its earnings results from the most recent financial quarter, and while there's not too much to go on yet, it's notable that for the first time, the company took in over $10 billion (around £6.5 billion) of revenue in a single three-month period.

Other details were either boring or scarce—although Google+ now has 90 million users—but hopefully we'll hear a bit more about Android, search, and maybe even SOPA in the company's earnings call at 4:30 EST, which we'll post as warranted. [Google]