The After Math: Google I/O 2013, BlackBerry Live and Nokia's Lumia 925

The After Math Google IO 2013, BlackBerry World and Oh No Not Another Windows Phone

A new Lumia phone from Nokia, this year's Google I/O and BlackBerry Live -- yep, it was a pretty hectic week for us, but also a good seven days for tech news. Even if Google didn't have any truly new hardware for us, it's started up its own on-demand music service, gave us more details on Google Glass, redesigned its Maps and, well, it was a very long keynote. Join us after the break for a numerical breakdown of that and the rest of the week's big news.

  • Per-month pricing for Google Music All Access: $9.99

  • Per-month pricing for Spotify Premium: $9.99

  • Time spent liveblogging the Google I/O 2013 keynote: 3 hours 43 minutes

  • Length of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: 2 hours 49 minutes

  • Battery remaining on our Google Glass unit by the end of the keynote: 17 percent

  • Number of times Google CEO Larry Page said the word "sad" during his keynote appearance: 9

  • Price of a 16GB "stock Android" Samsung Galaxy S 4: $649

  • Price of last year's LG Nexus 4 (16GB): $349

  • YouTube's monthly subscription fee for new pilot channels: $0.99

  • Current Sesame Street channel subscribers on YouTube: 600,464

  • One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11: 12

  • Amount Google earned from ads on PSY's "Gangnam Style" video: $8 million

  • Number of Android device activations to date: 900 million

  • Apps installed from Google Play: 48 billion

  • Apps downloaded from Apple's App Store: 50 billion

  • Estimated number of Nokia phones (feature and smart) sold last year: 336 million

  • Price of the Nokia Lumia 925: 469 euros / $605

  • Price of the Nokia Asha 501: $99

  • Screen size (in inches) of the Asha 501: 3

  • Screen size (in inches) of the new QWERTY BlackBerry Q5: 3.1

  • BlackBerry's smartphone market share, according to IDC: 2.9 percent

  • Tablets sold by ASUS in Q1 2013: 3 million

  • Tablets sold by BlackBerry in Q1 2013: 370,000

  • Years left for the tablet market, according to BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins: 5