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Enough top-performing CAPS investors have turned bullish on OmniVision Technologies
Despite an increase in gross margins to 27.2% in its most recent quarter, OmniVision's $9.1 million in net income wasn't enough for Wall Street, and investors have sent the stock down more than 30% in the past six weeks. But many investors find the lower-priced shares an even better reason to buy -- OmniVision's TrueFocus technology already has the potential to stand out and take market share from competitors such as Texas Instruments
By optimizing a new generation of image sensor for Qualcomm
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