Shares of security company FireEye are up in early trading off a recent stock upgrade. Meanwhile, Apple is now making battery cases for your iPhone.

Let’s look at tech stocks to watch Tuesday:

FireEye. Shares jumped more than 3.5% in pre-market trading after Citi upgraded the security company’s stock to “buy.” According to CNBC, Citi cites FireEye’s ability to beef up its product line and potential for quick growth.

Facebook. The social network shut down its Creative Labs, a hub for innovation within the company. Facebook also pulled several apps including Slingshot, Riff and Rooms.

Alphabet. The parent company of Google finally has a name for its Life Sciences division. Alphabet announced the division is now called Verily, which was once a part of experimental lab Google X.

Amazon. The online retailing giant is adding video subscriptions to its Prime video service, allowing users to add channels including Showtime and Starz. Shares of Amazon have surged over the past year, starting in January around $308, and closing the $700 mark as of Monday’s close.

Apple. The tech giant is now in the business of making battery cases for its iPhone. The company launched a smart battery case, which they claim boosts talk time up to 25 hours and Internet use on LTE up to 18 hours. It sells for $99.

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