We swear, CES is officially behind us. Yay! Wait, it’s earnings season. In this episode, Darren joins the crew to pound through the numbers — Nokia, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Logitech and Netflix are all in the scope of Engadget’s analyzing eye. Beyond that, D explains the perils of the NYSE, Tim gets really stoked about an upcoming McLaren supercar and Brian finds similarities between the Pebble smartwatch and Bluetooth earpieces. Naturally, we delve deeper into some of the big news in tech as well. Catch it in audio form below, with video after the break.
Hosts: Tim Stevens, Darren Murph, Brian Heater
Producer: Joe Pollicino
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01:17 – Apple announces Q1 2013 earnings: record $54.5 billion in revenue, 47.8 million iPhones and 22.9 million iPads sold
03:05 – Apple’s Q1 2013 earnings reveal Mac and iPod sales down year-over-year
11:18 – Google announces Q4 2012 earnings: impressive revenues of $14.42 billion, excluding Motorola Home
15:00 – Microsoft reports Q2 2013 earnings: posts record revenue of $21.5 billion
19:57 – Nokia makes a 2012 Q4 profit of $585 million, sells 4.4 million Lumia handsets
22:22 - Netflix Q4 earnings show 2 million new customers streaming in the US, 6 million total internationally
24:53 – Logitech Q3 earnings reveal plans to sell off Harmony remote, video security divisions
28:46 – Mozilla reveals Firefox OS Developer Preview Phone
31:24 – Microsoft Surface Pro on sale February 9th in the US and Canada, starts at $899
43:40 - Atari files for bankruptcy, hopes to survive by selling off Pong and other assets
45:38 – Pebble smartwatches begin shipping to backers this afternoon, iOS app still pending (update: app ready)
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Engadget Podcast 328 – 01.24.13