The After Math: Intel's revenue billions, Android's active millions and a few new Earth-like planets

The After Math: Intel's revenue billions, Android's active millions and a few new Earth-like planets

www.engadget.com
Welcome to The After Math, where we attempt to summarize this week's tech news through numbers, decimal places and percentages As we scratch our head and puzzle over the almost-daily financial results for the last quarter, this week's missive takes a slightly sentimental look at how two tech companies...
The After Math: Intel's revenue billions, Android's active millions and a few new Earth-like planets
                                       

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