During Google’s earnings call today, Larry Page made it a point to talk about all the great progress Google made across various areas, including Search, Google Now, Chrome for Android, and more. He also managed to talk briefly about the Nexus supply issues, stating:
Clearly, there’s work to be done managing our supply better, as well as building a great customer experience. And that is a priority for the teams.
Google’s revenue numbers are in for Q4 of 2012 and they look good. Revenues are up 36-percent year-on-year with Google reporting consolidated revenues of $14.42 billion. That figure doesn’t include Motorola Mobility, a company that continues to operate as a separate entity and saw revenue of $1.51 billion with an operating loss of $353 million.