was one of the volume leaders in extended-session trading Wednesday after the company reported quarterly results that beat analysts' expectations.
The company's shares were up 4.2% to $29.58 after the bell. Texas Instruments posted a fourth-quarter loss, excluding items, of 6 cents a share for the quarter, topping the consensus estimate by 3 cents. Including items, Texas Instruments lost 7 cents.
was also among the top 20 volume movers, gaining 3.1% to $52.59, after the company reported second-quarter earnings of 31 cents a share, before items. According to First Call, analysts were expecting earnings of 10 cents. The company earned 8 cents a share using generally accepted accounting principles, and revenue rose to $81.8 million from $44.4 million.
Other widely held tech shares were extensively traded after the bell.
was off 1.4% to $10.95, and
was up 0.1% at $16.91.
was up 0.5% to $34.09, and
was gaining 0.1% to $63.91.
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was adding 0.3% at $39.16.
was tacking on 0.5% to $19.80, and
was ahead by 0.3% to $28.50.