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The After Math: a million Z10s, the UnCarrier's new plan and a 16-button controller


Welcome to The After Math, where we attempt to summarize this week's tech news through numbers, decimal places and percentages

This week, there's been a mixed bag of interesting news numbers, from T-Mobile's New York event and the company's new perspective on the phone network business, to San Francisco (again) for the Games Developers Conference. We also got to take a look at BlackBerry's first financial results since the name change and its BB10 launch.

  • BlackBerry revenue for the last financial quarter: $2.7 billion
  • Profit made by BlackBerry: $94 million
  • BlackBerry revenue for the same period last year: $4.2 billion
  • Loss made by BlackBerry during the same period last year: $125 million
  • Cost of Samsung's latest lawsuit against LG: $45 million
  • Number of BB Z10 handsets shipped so far: 1 million
  • Proportion of Z10s sold, according to CEO Thorsten Heins: Two-thirds to three-quarters
  • iPhone 5 units sold in its first weekend: 5 million
  • iPhone 5 (16GB) handset price from Apple: $649
  • iPhone 5 (16GB) handset price from T-Mobile: $579
  • Minimum monthly plan from T-Mobile: $50

The After Math Blackberry ships a million Z10s, more PlayStation 4 details and a 16button arcade controller

  • Price of the OUYA console at launch: $99
  • Buttons on OUYA's Bluetooth controller: 11
  • Buttons on the original NES controller: 4
  • Buttons on the original PlayStation controller: 10
  • Buttons on the PlayStation 4's DualShock 4 controller: 14
  • Buttons on the skunk-evading Tenya Wanya Teens arcade controller: 16

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