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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Amazon vs. Apple: A Tale of Two Corporate Expansions

Amazon vs. Apple: A Tale of Two Corporate Expansions

Two tech giants, two major expansions. Both Amazon and Apple announced plans to grow their U.S. footprints -- but how they went about it reveals quite a bit about how the companies do business.

Netflix's Key Challenges Could Intensify in 2019

Netflix's Key Challenges Could Intensify in 2019

Netflix may have fallen far in the back half of 2018, but some of the core challenges facing the business could only intensify next year.

Intel and TPG Reportedly in Talks to Sell McAfee

Intel and TPG Reportedly in Talks to Sell McAfee

Intel and TPG Capital may be looking to sell off McAfee, the security software firm that Intel purchased in 2010. A deal could put McAfee in a position to go public again, CNBC reported.

5 Highly Anticipated Tech IPOs to Watch in 2019

5 Highly Anticipated Tech IPOs to Watch in 2019

2019 could be a big year for IPOs, including multi-billion dollar tech companies. Here are some of the most highly anticipated tech IPOs to watch next year.

Facebook to Expand and Invest More in Its Watch Video Platform

Facebook to Expand and Invest More in Its Watch Video Platform

Facebook said on Thursday that it's expanding Facebook Watch, an effort that includes more options for advertisers and continued investment in original programs.

Tech Stock Predictions for 2019

Tech Stock Predictions for 2019

TheStreet's tech team discusses what's likely to happen to FAANG stocks in 2019.

Apple Reportedly Weighing Move Away from Manufacturing in China Due to Tariffs

Apple Reportedly Weighing Move Away from Manufacturing in China Due to Tariffs

Apple could move some of its iPhone production out of China if tariffs worsen, according to a Bloomberg report. Other tech companies could follow.

How Microsoft Got Its Groove Back, Surpassing Apple and Amazon in Market Cap

How Microsoft Got Its Groove Back, Surpassing Apple and Amazon in Market Cap

The 'legacy software' firm has been one of the most resilient mega-cap tech stocks around this year.

Here Are the 8 Biggest Tech IPOs to Watch For in 2019

Here Are the 8 Biggest Tech IPOs to Watch For in 2019

2018 was a big year for tech IPOs, but 2019 could be even bigger with companies like Uber, Lyft, Palantir and Slack preparing to go public at multibillion-dollar valuations.

Trump Would Consider Intervening in Huawei Case to Close China Trade Deal

Trump Would Consider Intervening in Huawei Case to Close China Trade Deal

President Donald Trump says he would consider intervening with the Justice Department in the criminal case against a top Chinese tech executive if it would seal a trade deal with Beijing. A Canadian judge granted Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's CFO and daughter of its founder, bail of C$10 million. The United States is seeking to extradite the executive on charges she violated U.S. sanctions against Iran.