The Internet's biggest radio service had its biggest quarterly earnings since its IPO in 2011, but investors were dismayed that the windfall would be short-lived, based on Pandora's Q1 loss forecast.
The social network continued to conquer on mobile with $1.25 billion in revenue from ads running on smartphones.
South Korean electronics giant posts $7.7 billion operating profit, an 18 percent quarterly decline on softening smartphone sales and a one-time employee bonus.
Profit rose more than it forecast, and its earnings outlook to kick off 2014 was rosy too. The service finally addressed Net neutrality, telling members not to worry, and said it will launch in more European countries.
Motorola, which will eventually be heading to Lenovo, saw its revenue decline as it continued to drag down Google's balance sheet.
The social network surprises again with just how much money it can make from its mobile ad initiatives.
Sprint shows the slowest customer growth out of all the carriers as it continues to work through its painful network upgrade process.
The company beats analysts' estimates as it reports its first-ever quarterly and full-year earnings, but all is not rosy in Twitter-ville.
The Korean conglomerate posts a loss pegged to currency exchange shifts, but sees smartphone shipments rise 54 percent to 13.2 million units.