In today's edition of Motley Fool Money, our top analysts weigh in on Google's recent earnings.
Google reported better-than-expected Q4 earnings. The cost per click is going down, but Joe Magyer says it's dropping because Google is getting more clicks from mobile devices. Google's total paid clicks were up, and Joe feels good about Google's business. He says Android continues to take market share and notes that Chrome and Google Plus are doing well. The guys also discuss whether eBay or Twitter would be logical take-out targets for the search giant.
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