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After 25% Pullback, Lenovo Looks Extremely Interesting
- After peaking in January, Lenovo's shares have pulled back nearly 25%.
- While indigestion concerns loom after the acquisition of Motorola Mobility and IBM's X86 server group, the growth opportunity is enormous.
- Shares trading at just an $11 billion market capitalization grossly undervalues the company's long-term earnings power.
- Applied Micro's X-Gene Proves Uncompetitive
- Amkor Benefits From Samsung's Stumbles
- Imagination Technologies Blasts Through Another Barrier
- Amkor: Don't Panic
- Imagination Technologies Solves Its Biggest Problem
- Ambarella Looks Like A Short
- Peregrine Semiconductor Disappoints, But Is The Long-Term View Intact?
- Cirrus Logic: A Bad Call Is A Bad Call
- The Applied Micro Circus Continues
- Peregrine Semiconductor Takes A Hit, But Is It Warranted?
- Peregrine Semiconductor Warrants A Serious Look
- Imagination Will Benefit From Intel, Broadcom Share Gains
- An Update On Silicon Motion
- Cavium Networks: A High Growth Networking Play With The Best ARM Server Play Built-In
- Saying Goodbye To LSI
- Violin Memory's Collapse Continues, But How Does This End?
- For CEVA, Broadcom's Defection Is A Negative But Not A Deal-Killer
- Is Mellanox The Next Nvidia?
- Violin Memory's Structural Issues Persist, But Not Much To Play For On The Short Side
- Cirrus Logic Is Now Marked, Stay On The Sidelines For Now
- Silicon Motion: Significant Catalyst Ahead, Estimates Simply Too Low
- Applied Micro: Warning Signs Too Loud To Ignore
- Fusion-io's Standalone Prospects Go Dark, Company Should Find A Buyer
- Ultratech Ultrapainful
- ARM Makes Life Even Tougher For Imagination
- Ultratech Update
- CEVA 40% Upside, Shares Have Limited Downside Risk
- Sigma Designs Offers A Compelling Risk/Reward
- Taiwan Semiconductor Looks Undervalued Ahead Of Key Drivers
- Violin Memory Looks Like A Short
- Time To Buy Cypress Semiconductor