Tech Stock Winners and Losers

Garmin rises after its fourth-quarter earnings report, and Palm gets a lift from Oppenheimer.
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Widely held technology-sector stocks were suffering mightily Monday, though a few bright spots stood out.

Palm

(PALM)

, which an analyst at Oppenheimer upgraded to Perform, was up 0.3% to $7.55 while the Nasdaq closed down 3.7% Monday. Fellow phone maker

Motorola

(MOT)

was up 0.6% to $3.63.

Meanwhile, navigation-device maker

Garmin

(GRMN) - Get Report

, which had spiked as much as 15% following its

fourth-quarter earnings report

, was recently up 7.3% to $16.28. The rest of the tech sector wasn't faring so well:

Research In Motion was down 4.4% to $37.42.

Nokia was down 3.2% to $10.02.

Apple was down 4.7% to $86.95.

Shares of Hewlett-Packard were down 6.3% to $29.28.

Dell was down 5% to $7.99.

Google fell 4.7% to $330.06.

Microsoft fell 4.4% to $17.21.

Shares of Yahoo! , which reportedly is losing general manager and executive editor of news to Hearst, fell 1.4% to $11.97.