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Source: Google Earns $2 Per Handset; Apple, $575 - Slashdot


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"While Apple generates more than $575 in profit for every iOS device, and according to estimates in 2007 Apple earned more than $800 on every iPhone sold through ATT, Horace Dediu reports that Android generated less than $550m in revenues for Google between 2008 and the end of 2011, earning only $1.70 per year, per Android device — explaining how Apple is sucking up two thirds of the profit in the mobile phone business. Dediu's starting point is a settlement offer Google made to Oracle of $2.8 million and 0.515% of Android revenues on an ongoing basis. His assumption is that those numbers represent Google's revenue from Android to date.

'If this is the case,' writes Dediu, 'We have a significant breakthrough in understanding the economics of Android and the overall mobile platform strategy of Google.' Of course profitability is not the only reason Google is in the mobile phone business. 'P&L considerations were not the only (or even at all) factors in investment for Google. Having a hedge against hegemony of potential rivals, having a means to learn and develop new business and having a role in defining the post-PC computing paradigm are all probably bigger considerations than profitability,' writes Dediu.

'My take is that [Android] is not a bad business. But it's also not a great one.'"

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let's look at this beautiful chart. biggest item is the 50 SMA or is it the weekly stochastics? the GAP? Red bars?

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mid day. yesterday price stalled at the 50 SMA. today is a different story.

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After the earnings announcement: Fascinating how AAPL can be valued at 640 a couple weeks ago. 560 just before earnings and then 600 a half hour after the announcement. Fear and Greed are alive and well.

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apple blossoms abound

The difference a day makes. On the RTH chart as this one, we have a gap. No such animal on the ETH chart. Just because of a 50 point pop; it means nothing unless AAPL can maintain this attitude and move higher. Volume says "maybe", not "yes".

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low volume affair with AAPL. Trouble ahead for the longs?

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Wouldn't low volume on a pullback indicate lack of demand, so prices will continue higher?

I don't do this kind of volume analysis, but for those who do, that was my understanding of what they believe.

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Wouldn't low volume on a pullback indicate lack of demand, so prices will continue higher?

I don't do this kind of volume analysis, but for those who do, that was my understanding of what they believe.

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Yes Big Mike, you are "right on" with the volume. I was thinking as volume as energy and the lack of energy and the lack of upward movement.

A close on the week: Lots of volume today with a break of the 50 SMA. Stochastics heading lower.

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