Google on Thursday announced their 2012 Q2 earnings to the public. The search giant saw a 21 percent growth year to year for revenue, currently at $10.96 billion.
GAAP net income was at $2.79 billion, that’s up from $2.51 billion for the second quarter of 2011.
Google also reported gaining about 5,600 new employees and also has $43.1 billion cash and equivalents.
As you know, Google purchased Motorola, so its revenue was also mentioned in the earnings call. Revenue for for hardware and other was said to be $1.25 billion. $843 million from the mobile side and $407 from the home side of things million make up the total of $1.25 billion for Motorola.