Shira Ovide

Shira Ovide

Facebook’s financial facade develops cracks

Facebook’s financial facade develops cracks

Reality may finally be intruding on the company’s ability to mint money, writes Shira Ovide

First blood in the EU’s war on Google

First blood in the EU’s war on Google

Following in the footsteps of China could free the EU from the search engine’s dominance, writes Shira Ovide

Chipmakers are caught in the US-China crossfire

Chipmakers are caught in the US-China crossfire

It’s not just a brewing trade war that’s making investors anxious

Fears about Facebook’s policies are justified

Fears about Facebook’s policies are justified

The irony is that despite repeated scandals – including the latest Cambridge Analytica fracas – the social network has more power than ever

Spotify & Dropbox: Love Us, We’ll Change

Spotify & Dropbox: Love Us, We’ll Change

The internet companies are asking investors to look past their flaws and see instead their unlimited potential

Apple investors should look at Spotify and shudder

Apple investors should look at Spotify and shudder

As smartphone sales hit a wall, the softer ‘services’ side of the tech giant’s business holds out the promise of fatter profits. But it’s not going to be an easy option, writes Shira Ovide

Sports leagues won’t find a saviour in Silicon Valley

Sports leagues won’t find a saviour in Silicon Valley

The major leagues are looking to stream sport over the internet, but it may not be the lucrative opportunity they are hoping for, writes Shira Ovide

Yahoo’s ‘cyberfail’ could cut $1 billion from Verizon deal

Yahoo’s ‘cyberfail’ could cut $1 billion from Verizon deal

Thieves seemingly had free rein inside Yahoo’s systems

Why Facebook must lighten up

Why Facebook must lighten up

Facebook needs to focus on quality over quantity to sustain its incredible revenue growth

iPhone hype can’t mask the clouds looming on the horizon

iPhone hype can’t mask the clouds looming on the horizon

The new Apple devices weren’t much of a departure from current models

Huawei eyes up market for data-centre gear

Huawei eyes up market for data-centre gear

Dell, Cisco, Lenovo and others need to be wary

Intel hits the tech panic button before time runs out

Intel hits the tech panic button before time runs out

Brian Krzanich has had to acknowledge a couple of hard truths about his company

Is Facebook fully loaded? No, it’s only cranking up

Is Facebook fully loaded? No, it’s only cranking up

In the last quarter of 2015, revenue rose more than 50 per cent