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This article was published on October 26, 2012


    TNW’s Daily Dose: Apple’s quarterly earnings, major outages on the Web, and more

    TNW’s Daily Dose: Apple’s quarterly earnings, major outages on the Web, and more
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    Apple’s latest quarter might not have quite met analyst expectations but its earnings call did have floating cars; Dropbox, Tumblr and Google App Engine all suffer outages, and Pinterest rolls out verified accounts. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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    • Apple beats in Q4 2012 with $36B revenue, misses on $8.2B profit, $8.67 EPS, 26.9M iPhones, 14M iPads, 5.3M iPods sold: Read more
    • Major sites and platforms experiencing outages today, including Dropbox and Google App Engine: Read more
    • Pinterest announces website verification, much like Twitter and Facebook verified accounts: Read more