This column was originally published on RealMoney on July 10 at 2:45 p.m. EDT. It's being republished as a bonus for TheStreet.com readers.I get it. Apple's ( AAPL) worth nothing. Qualcomm's ( QCOM) worth nothing. Broadcom's ( BRCM) worth nothing. Marvell ( MRVL) is worth nothing. Motorola's ( MOT) valueless. Corning's ( GLW) too expensive. And on and on. Think about it. This market has written off the following: personal computers, wireless, gadgets and big-screen TVs, networking, and the Internet, save Google ( GOOG). Look, I am willing to admit that some of these sectors are tough. I am also willing to stipulate that Microsoft ( MSFT) hurt a lot of tech with Vista's lateness. And I will concur that the statement from 3M ( MMM) about big-screen TVs makes me nervous about that segment. But can we just acknowledge that one day Vista will ship? Or how about that cell phones will grow? Or the fact that it isn't just Google that is winning online? Or that the gadget market is alive and well for back-to-school and Christmas?
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