Annie Gaus

Annie is a technology reporter for TheStreet. Prior to joining TheStreet, Annie covered the tech industry for the San Francisco Business Times and as a video journalist with Discovery Digital Networks in San Francisco. In addition, she’s worked as a freelance features writer for The Guardian, Vice News, the Daily Beast and others writing about the intersection of technology and culture. Annie is based in San Francisco, Calif.

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Tech Leaders Carefully Back Away From Saudi Government

Tech Leaders Carefully Back Away From Saudi Government

Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund is a force in Silicon Valley, but the alleged murder of a prominent Saudi journalist is putting some tech leaders in an uncomfortable spot.

Chipmakers Are a 'Canary in the Coal Mine' for Tech, With China Tariffs Underway

Chipmakers Are a 'Canary in the Coal Mine' for Tech, With China Tariffs Underway

As tariffs ripple across the economy, their impact on semiconductor stocks might be telling for the rest of tech.

Micron Plans to Invest $100 Million in AI Start-Ups

Micron Plans to Invest $100 Million in AI Start-Ups

The 40-year-old memory giant says that AI will drive an explosion of demand for memory and storage products.

Tech Stocks Just Took a Serious Beating -- Here Are Some of the Worst Decliners

Tech Stocks Just Took a Serious Beating -- Here Are Some of the Worst Decliners

Every single one of the 65 stocks in the S&P 500 information technology sector fell on Wednesday.

Nvidia Systems Will Power Next Generation of Volvo Cars, Says CEO Jensen Huang

Nvidia Systems Will Power Next Generation of Volvo Cars, Says CEO Jensen Huang

At a keynote in Munich this week, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that the company is teaming up with Volvo to build its next line of cars, starting production in 2020.

For Alphabet, Google+ Breach Could Lead to Heightened Scrutiny from Lawmakers

For Alphabet, Google+ Breach Could Lead to Heightened Scrutiny from Lawmakers

Even if Alphabet doesn't face any penalties from a Google+ data breach that affected about 500,000 accounts, the incident could mean intensifying scrutiny that the company would likely rather avoid.

Who Could Possibly Want a Facebook Portal?

Who Could Possibly Want a Facebook Portal?

Facebook announced Portal, a video chat gadget for your home that starts at $199. The Portal got the side-eye from many observers, who say that Facebook's longstanding problems with privacy and security are likely to dampen sales.

Elon Musk's Antics Raise the Question: Should CEOs Even Be on Twitter?

Elon Musk's Antics Raise the Question: Should CEOs Even Be on Twitter?

Using social media for company disclosures is permitted by the SEC, but is it smart? In light of Tesla CEO Elon Musk's market-moving antics, many experts say it's a horrible idea.

Blockchain Grows Up as Bankers Take the Place of 'Crypto Cowboys'

Blockchain Grows Up as Bankers Take the Place of 'Crypto Cowboys'

Many banking and finance execs see blockchain as a transformative technology. But for its potential to be realized, the industry must reckon with its crypto-anarchist roots.

What Does the Future Hold for Ripple, Ethereum, Bitcoin and More?

What Does the Future Hold for Ripple, Ethereum, Bitcoin and More?

As Ripple and other blockchain platforms show signs of maturing, TheStreet's tech reporter Annie Gaus was at the Swell conference in San Francisco to take in the latest news and developments.