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The PC maker beats estimates on revenue and earnings in what is usually a slow quarter.
The company says recovery will be 'muted' until 2003.
Both boxmakers are likely to report numbers that won't get anyone jazzed on PCs.
A 33% drop in the prices of memory chips has rumors flying about Hynix clearing out inventory.
The wireless component maker jumps after upgrading guidance.
These stocks get a boost on the belief that inventories have been drawn down.
The computer maker's rating was cut two weeks ago by Standard & Poor's.
The communications giant jangles investors' nerves by picking a TI chip for one model of cable modem.
The company warns that earnings and revenue will be light because business weakened late in the quarter.
The CDMA chipset maker clears up about $200 million in debt from a Mexican telco.