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The networking gearmaker is hosting its analysts day today and the strategy appears to be managing profits with slower growth.
The Nasdaq surges late to finish up 1% as Broadcom strikes a $3.7 billion deal for chip shop NetLogic.
The street sees other small fish, like Cavium, that may be part of a big fish feeding frenzy in tech.
Motorola killed its original Bionic superphone and pulled this model off the bench. Spoiler: Bionic is the Droid X3
Early warnings of weak phone demand aren't good signs for Google Androids, Nokia and others during the holidays.
Google's Zagat move and a revamped Facebook will widen the distance from Apple in social networking.
Money shop Third Point takes a 5% stake and seeks the ouster of four Yahoo board members.
Restaurant and shopping guide Zagat becomes part of Google's growing local search and review effort.
A scorching Google Android phone debut met a chilly sales reception on Wall Street.
Falling stocks, weak sales and questionable strategies put several tech titans on the hot seat in light of Yahoo!'s ouster of CEO Carol Bartz (above).