Alphabet brought in $26.06 billion in revenue and $9.36 earnings per share in the fourth quarter, according to the company’s latest earnings report . That’s a bit more revenue than analysts expected the Google parent to scrape up (about $25.22 billion), but less on earnings ($9.67 per share). Alphabet’s stock took a tumble after the miss. Here are some numbers worth watching from the report. $90.4 billion — Alphabet’s total revenue for 2016, up from $75 billion in 2015. 98.9 percent — Alphabet revenue that came from Google in Q4 2016. $1.08 billion — Alphabet losses from “Other Bets” in Q4. ??? — Google’s hardware revenue. The company’s historically wacky hardware strategy ( modular phones , Glass, etc.) gave way to something more comparable to Apple’s this year. But Google hasn’t said if the change was as successful as the company hoped it’d be. -3.43 percent — Alphabet’s stock slipped this much after the earnings press release went out. During regular trading, it was down slightly (by less than a percent).