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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Pinterest and Zoom Are Off to the Races, but Now Comes the Tough Part

Pinterest and Zoom Are Off to the Races, but Now Comes the Tough Part

The two tech unicorns popped on their first day of trading, but the performance of Lyft since its own initial day of trading serves as a cautionary tale.

Elon Musk, SEC Seek Extra Time For Settlement Talks

Elon Musk, SEC Seek Extra Time For Settlement Talks

The two parties conferred by phone for "over an hour" this week, but were unable to reach a deal.

TV's Golden Age, or TV Overload? Battle for Dominance Has No Clear Winners

TV's Golden Age, or TV Overload? Battle for Dominance Has No Clear Winners

Between Netflix, Disney+, Amazon and others, consumers will soon have more choice than ever in where to get their entertainment. Some services will wind up on the chopping block of household budgets -- but which?

Pinterest and Zoom Will Both List on Thursday in Clash of the Tech IPOs

Pinterest and Zoom Will Both List on Thursday in Clash of the Tech IPOs

The two tech unicorns are hoping to avoid the bumpy ride that Lyft's IPO has taken.

Pinterest Prices IPO at $19 Per Share

Pinterest Prices IPO at $19 Per Share

The figure is above the price range Pinterest set earlier in an updated S-1 filing.

Zoom Prices IPO at $36 Per Share

Zoom Prices IPO at $36 Per Share

Zoom is one of two unicorn IPOs scheduled for Thursday.

How Disney's New Streaming Service Could Help, Not Hurt, Netflix

How Disney's New Streaming Service Could Help, Not Hurt, Netflix

Netflix argues -- and some analysts agree -- that new streaming services could wind up being complementary, rather than competitive, to Netflix's own offering.

Netflix Isn't Afraid of Disney or Apple -- Here's Why

Netflix Isn't Afraid of Disney or Apple -- Here's Why

Netflix said in its first-quarter shareholder letter that it's 'excited to compete,' comparing the new competition to the rise of cable networks in the 1980s and 1990s.

IBM Expected to Earn $2.22 Per Share

IBM Expected to Earn $2.22 Per Share

IBM reports its first quarter earnings on Tuesday, Apr. 16.

Apple Is Reportedly Spending $500 Million on Apple Arcade Games

Apple Is Reportedly Spending $500 Million on Apple Arcade Games

Some analysts believe that Arcade could be a sleeper hit among Apple's slate of new services.