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This is how much money the biggest tech companies make every second

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We're not sure what £20 million looks like, but in the five minutes we've spent on Battle of the Internet Giants, that's how much revenue Apple has accumulated.

The creation of PennyStocks, this real-time simulator pulls data from the world's stock markets on some of the largest tech companies, providing a rough insight into how much revenue and profit they're making (or losing) every second. 


Click above to view the full version [h/t pennystocks].

No, it's not entirely accurate, but it's a good deal more accessible than the average stock market analysis tool.

Now - has anyone got an idea for a new tech start up?

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