Google has posted its Q4 2013 results, revealing how the company performed over the last holiday period.
Overall the company did as well as ever, with revenue made from the Google Play store pushing things forward. The same can’t be said for the outgoing Motorola, though. The recently-sold outfit posted losses of $384 million in the report.
It completes a year of losses for Motorola. In total the company’s subtracted over $1 billion from Google’s earning last year, just as it did in 2012. Motorola was sold to Lenovo this week for a fraction of the price Google bought it for.
Google also confirmed that healthy demand of the Nexus 5 was helping things along. Alls well in the land of Android and friends, then.