The fourth quarter of 2019 is off to a volatile start, with the Dow and S&P 500 plunging over the past two days. Technology shares haven\u2019t been spared from the onslaught, with large-cap FAANG stocks among the hardest hit. Barring a repeat performance of Q4 2018, the next three months should provide investors with new opportunities to cycle back into technology stocks \u2013 or pad their existing holdings. Below we\u2019ve identified two technology stocks that could make welcomed additions to your portfolio this quarter. Summary \tMicron Technologies (NASDAQ: MU) \tVipshop Holdings (NYSE: VIPS) Micron Technologies (NASDAQ: MU) \tMarket Cap: $47.2 billion \tRevenue Growth: 49.6% (2018) \tFree Cash Flow: $8.52 million Source: Yahoo Finance Micron Technologies was among Q3\u2019s top performers, as chipmakers made a roaring comeback despite the ongoing U.S.-China trade war. Ironically, MU shares tanked after the company reported better than expected financial results late last month. Looking at the numbers, Micron saw revenues plunge 43% year-over-year. Operating income fell to 13% of revenue, down sharply from 52% a year earlier. Even with the declines, the market for memory chips seems to be recovering. In the most recent earnings call, management said pricing for NAND flash chips have bottomed out, which means recovery is on the immediate horizon. Despite underwhelming guidance for fiscal 2020, Micron\u2019s stock price is dirt cheap relative to estimated earnings. As the tide turns, investors can expect MU to be an attractive play. Vipshop Holdings (NYSE: VIPS) \tMarket Cap: $6.1 billion \tRevenue Growth: 15.9% (2018) \tFree Cash Flow: $2.2 million Source: Yahoo Finance Vipshop is a Chinese e-commerce company specializing in online discount sales. The company\u2019s earnings have surpassed estimates in two of the last four quarters, and currently has a \u2018strong buy\u2019 rating from Zacks Investment Research. For its most recent quarter, the Guangzhou-based company reported a net revenue increase of 9.7% to $3.3 billion. Gross profits jumped 25.9% to $75.9 million. The company has an attractive growth profile, operating in one of the world\u2019s fastest-growing consumer markets. Nearly 148 million orders were placed on the ecommerce website in the second quarter, a gain of 33% compared with year-ago levels. Active customers jumped 11% to 33.1 million. While much has been said about China\u2019s factory slowdown, the country is making concerted attempts at transitioning its economy towards consumption and services. As CNBC recently reported, China\u2019s \u201cgiant middle class is still growing.\u201d Conclusion Technology stocks are highly volatile right now, but that shouldn\u2019t preclude investors from snatching up long-term value plays. Micron and Vipshop certainly fit the bill. Disclaimer: Author holds no investment position in Micron Technologies or Vipshop Holdings at the time of writing.