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In addition to Telsa's deliveries, Wall Street is paying close attention to the company's margins and cash flows, as the reaction to its July earnings report drove home.
Here's a look at a few tech names whose selloffs are arguably overdone.
STMicroelectronics and Sony each appear to be supplying four chips for Apple's latest flagship iPhones. Many other historical iPhone suppliers also make appearances in the latest teardowns.
In both consumer hardware and cloud services, Amazon has shown a willingness to make giant R&D investments in order to address nearly any potential customer need.
Memory supply and demand trends, stock buybacks and the fiscal 2020 capex budget are among the things to keep an eye on as Micron reports.
The streaming giant's shares aren't as richly valued as they were for much of 2018 and early 2019. And while risks exist, some recent worries look a little overblown.
As cloud giants digest some of their past investments in hardware and chips, they're still investing heavily in growing their data center capacity. That's ultimately a positive for data center REITs and chip suppliers with cloud exposure.
The networking giant was reportedly willing to pay much more than $7 billion for infrastructure and app monitoring software firm Datadog, which delivered a strong IPO on Thursday.
Roku's shares have fallen sharply in response to Comcast's decision to provide a free set-top to Internet-only customers. But the impact of this move on Roku's account growth will probably be limited.
Software firms trading well below their 52-week highs are increasingly proving to be popular M&A and activist targets. Here's a look at some other names that could potentially draw interest.