SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – It’s a tale of two earnings reports Wednesday.

Twitter (TWTR) is falling even further after diving 18% Tuesday when its earnings were leaked before the closing bell, and the company came up short in revenue expectations, and offered weak guidance for the current quarter.

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Twitter’s shares fell 18-percent, and were down nearly 6 percent percent more Thursday.

Despite the earnings miss, revenue were up 74-percent to $436-million. The company’s user base also grew 14-percent from the prior quarter to 302 million.

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo blamed the poor quarter on lower than expected results from some of the company’s newer ad products.

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It shaping up to be a much better day ahead for GoPro (GPRO), which topped expectations on a revenue gain of 54.1% to $363-million.

To give an idea of how popular the San Mateo firm’s action cameras are becoming, its YouTube channel witnessed a 93-percent gain in published videos.

GoPro also announced its buying French software developer Kolor, which specializes in panoramas and 360-degree videos, something GoPro says is an essential building block of virtual reality.

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GoPro shares were cruising higher on the results.