Updated from 1:48 p.m. EST with new stock prices

Tech stocks were down slightly as the broader market indices slid on weak housing sales data.

Business software maker

Netsuite

(N)

reversed some of its losses from the past two days with a gain of 8.7%. The stock made its market debut on Dec. 20 with 6.2 million shares priced at $26, and Netsuite has raised $185.4 million from its IPO. Shares were up $3.21 to $40.20.

Logitech

(LOGI) - Get Report

added 3.5% a day after the company said it will sell its digital writing business to U.K.-based

Destiny Wireless

for an undisclosed amount.

Logitech will manufacture the digital pen for Destiny until the company takes over manufacturing on its own. The digital pen and paper products are not central to Logitech's strategic direction, the company said. Logitech was up $1.26 to $37.07.

Personal navigation devices maker

Garmin

(GRMN) - Get Report

pulled back 1.6%, or $1.65, to $99.17 despite reports of strong sales of the company's GPS devices. Online retailer

Amazon.com

(AMZN) - Get Report

said earlier this week that Garmin's GPS systems were among the best-selling consumer electronics products on the site along with

Nintendo's

Wii gaming consoles.

Shares of

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

fell 1.1%, a day after Nielsen Online released a report that said that

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

increased its lead in online search queries in the U.S. market to 57.8%, compared with 17.9% for Yahoo!. Yahoo! was off 26 cents to $23.45, while Google was up $1.79, or 0.3%, to $702.53.

Video-games publisher

Activision

(ATVI) - Get Report

trended lower 21 cents, or 0.7%, to $29.27. Shares of the maker of the blockbuster

Call of Duty

and

Guitar Hero

franchises have risen nearly 70% this year.