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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Tesla CEO Elon Musk's Hoped-For 'Short Burn of the Century' Remains Elusive

Tesla CEO Elon Musk's Hoped-For 'Short Burn of the Century' Remains Elusive

Elon Musk's go-private tweet has sunk Tesla's stock 18% so far, and only driven away 4% of short sellers, according to the latest research.

Meet Blackbird, It's Like Uber Except You Can Hail a Private Flight for $225

Meet Blackbird, It's Like Uber Except You Can Hail a Private Flight for $225

Thought flying private was a billionaires-only thing? A startup wants to bring ride-sharing to the skies, making private flight as easy as hailing a car -- and nearly as affordable.

Watch Your Back, Amazon: Alphabet is Quickly Catching Up in Home Speakers

Watch Your Back, Amazon: Alphabet is Quickly Catching Up in Home Speakers

Amazon's Echo is still the most popular home speaker, but Alphabet's Google Home is quickly catching up. And Alphabet is moving aggressively to own the booming global market.

Apple's Road to $2 Trillion Will Be Paved With AR, Apple Cars: Analyst

Apple's Road to $2 Trillion Will Be Paved With AR, Apple Cars: Analyst

Augmented reality and Apple Cars are the keys to Apple's $2 trillion frontier, according to one analyst. It may not be as far-fetched as it sounds.

As SEC Probe of Tesla Intensifies, Many Short-Sellers Are Digging In Their Heels

As SEC Probe of Tesla Intensifies, Many Short-Sellers Are Digging In Their Heels

As scrutiny of Elon Musk's haphazard plans to take Tesla private grows, many Tesla short sellers are licking their chops.

Look Out, Apple -- Amazon's Now Closing In on a $1 Trillion Market Cap

Look Out, Apple -- Amazon's Now Closing In on a $1 Trillion Market Cap

A dominant cloud business, strong third-party sales and an underappreciated ad segment may push Amazon past the $1 trillion mark very soon.

NVIDIA Takes the Wraps off 3 New GPUs, Turing Architecture

NVIDIA Takes the Wraps off 3 New GPUs, Turing Architecture

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang unveiled the Quadro RTX 8000, 6000 and 5000, which he likened to the "Holy Grail of our industry." The GPUs make it possible to render complex graphics in real time, a potential game-changer for film and production studios.

Here's Everything We Know So Far About Apple's Next iPhones

Here's Everything We Know So Far About Apple's Next iPhones

It's that time of year again: Apple is expected to release a new suite of iPhones this fall. Here are a few of the top rumors on what's next for Apple's biggest cash cow.

Netflix Has Many Reasons to Be Worried About Pay for '13 Reasons Why' Cast

Netflix Has Many Reasons to Be Worried About Pay for '13 Reasons Why' Cast

Stars of the controversial teen drama are renegotiating their contracts, asking for large pay increases per episode. With content costs expected to rise overall, what does it mean for Netflix?

Can Facebook Monetize Messenger and WhatsApp Without Turning Users Off?

Can Facebook Monetize Messenger and WhatsApp Without Turning Users Off?

Billions of users, and little revenue in sight: When it comes to making money off of Messenger and WhatsApp, what's Facebook to do?