NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Technology names were all the rage on StockTwits Monday, with tweets focusing on Apple, Amazon, Sina and Baidu.
Apple (Fortune 500) shares rose more than 1%, after touching a new low for the year last week. The bounce came amid reports that Apple will release two new versions of the iPhone in September and after a Morgan Stanley analyst issued a 'buy' recommendation on the stock.,
A separate report from Morgan Stanley lifted Amazon (Fortune 500)'s shares 3%. Morgan Stanley boosted its price target on Amazon to $245 from $225, and added the stock to its Best Ideas List.,
Chinese websites were also abuzz.
Sina Corp. () shares were up 6% following a Wall Street Journal report saying the company's Sina Weibo is already China's version of Twitter, and now it wants to be a Chinese Facebook too.
China's search giant Baidu () was also a hot topic, with shares rising almost 3%.
All of that is giving StockTwits users plenty to tweet about:
patfarlow: $BIDU 100 day and 50 merging here, would like to see these broken before i go long #WORDEN
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