Outlook Updated for Research in Motion, Palm, Cavium Networks and QLogic From NI Technology

Next Inning Technology Research,
an online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology
stocks, announced it has updated outlooks for Research in Motion, Palm, Cavium Networks,
QLogic and Silicon Laboratories.

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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:

— Is RIM likely to target an acquisition of Palm Would this
strategy be the right move for RIM in its efforts to compete with Apple
and Google. What are the key considerations that any suitor interested
in Palm will need to address. What does McWilliams think the true
acquisition cost of Palm would be.

— QLogic is up 65% since it was listed in McWilliams’ special
report, "Undervalued Tech Stocks for 2009," as a good speculative
investment. Why might news from Oracle point to upside for QLogic that
investors are not yet pricing into the stock. What is McWilliams’ fair
value range for QLogic and how much upside does it represent from
current prices?

— Cavium is up over 156% since it was listed in McWilliams’
special report, "Undervalued Tech Stocks for 2009," as a good strategic
investment. How does NetLogic’s recent acquisition of RMI impact the
competitive outlook for Cavium? Is Cavium’s valuation in line with that
of its peers.

— Silicon Labs is up 107% since it was listed in McWilliams’
special report, "Undervalued Tech Stocks for 2009," as a good strategic
investment. How has Silicon Labs refined its business model in recent
years and why is this good news for investors? Is Silicon Labs set to
see booming demand in some of its key markets this year.

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returned 271% since its inception versus 32% for the S&P 500.


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