While Marvell's turnaround won't be quick, the stock is still worth a long look from a risk vs. reward perspective.
Markets were fairly quiet in early morning trading, with all eyes on earnings.
As a bombed-out pound leaves British assets at a discount, who will be next in the post-Brexit M&A binge?
Shares in the target surge above the value of the offer in early trading in London.
The target, arguably one of Britain's most important technology companies, will reportedly fetch about $32 billion, or a nearly 50% premium.
Here's a look at major tech stories in the news.
IBM stock's long-term trend remains bullish, the charts show.
After playing ping-pong with bulls and bears, it now has a test of new highs.
Cree is offloading Wolfspeed for $850 million as the LED products maker continues its journey to become a pure-play LED products maker.
A tornado hit one of the company's major manufacturing facilities, but the company is already rebounding and its share prices could double in the next year.
TSMC booked second-quarter revenue of $6.9 billion and expects further growth in the third quarter.
The bet is that following the recent decline in Palo Alto Networks shares, there will now be more net buyers than sellers.
Despite a 37% year-to-date jump, Applied Materials may have room to move higher.
Jim Cramer enlisted the help of chartist Bob Lang to take a look at semiconductor stocks that could rally in the coming weeks.
The company's new chip feeds into the fast-growing Internet of Technology sector, which promises to be very lucrative, so investors just need to wait out the storm.