Apple and Google both had incredible quarterly results for the 3 months ended June 25th (interesting quarter end date) and June 30th respectively. They beat forecasts by significant margins, continue to expand their operations and have massive amounts of cash on their balance sheets with virtually no debt. The infographic below presents some key figures of interest. It is interesting to note that while Apple is almost twice the size of Google, based on Market Capitalization, their Earnings per share is virtually the same. The majority (68%) of Apple's sales come from the iPhone and ipad , while almost all of Google's sales come from advertising. Another interesting distinction for this quarter is that while Apple spent 2% of its gross revenues on R&D, Google's investment in R&D was about 13%.