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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Recent Articles By The Author

Netflix to Break Out Regional Revenue, Membership -- Here's What That Means

Netflix to Break Out Regional Revenue, Membership -- Here's What That Means

The new reporting regime underscores the importance of Netflix's international growth.

IBM Customers Plan to Reduce Spending Next Year: Survey

IBM Customers Plan to Reduce Spending Next Year: Survey

According to a recent survey, 25% of IBM customers are planning to slash spending in 2020, while just 19% plan to increase it.

After Libra Exits, Facebook Faces an Uphill Battle in Restoring Credibility

After Libra Exits, Facebook Faces an Uphill Battle in Restoring Credibility

Last week, lawmakers warned Libra Association members that they would share liability for issues with Facebook's planned digital currency.

IBM Third-Quarter Revenue and Earnings Expected to Fall

IBM Third-Quarter Revenue and Earnings Expected to Fall

Analysts polled by FactSet are expecting earnings of $2.66 per share on revenue of $18.2 billion.

Amazon Could Capture 16% of U.S. Search Ad Market by 2021

Amazon Could Capture 16% of U.S. Search Ad Market by 2021

The high-margin segment is expected to become a major profit contributor for Amazon as it chips away at Google's lead.

4 Key Things to Watch When Tesla Reports Its Third-Quarter Results

4 Key Things to Watch When Tesla Reports Its Third-Quarter Results

Having missed Q3 delivery targets, Tesla will seek to reassure investors that it's on track to meet its full-year delivery target of at least 360,000 cars, get sustainably profitable, and kick off production in China.

IPhone 11 Pricing, Upgrade Cycles Could Bolster Sales: Report

IPhone 11 Pricing, Upgrade Cycles Could Bolster Sales: Report

Apple recently told suppliers to target as many as 75 million total iPhone units for 2019, Bloomberg reports.

Led by AMD, Chip Stocks Rise On Upbeat Industry Report and Trade Optimism

Led by AMD, Chip Stocks Rise On Upbeat Industry Report and Trade Optimism

The SOX semiconductor index was up 3% on positive signals for the chip sector and reports of progress on trade talks.

Okta Eyes Big Enterprises With Security, Access Management Tools

Okta Eyes Big Enterprises With Security, Access Management Tools

Okta is rolling out a new slate of access management and security offerings. Okta CEO Todd McKinnon discusses the latest developments with TheStreet.

Okta Boosts Security, Access Management Tools with An Eye on Major Enterprises

Okta Boosts Security, Access Management Tools with An Eye on Major Enterprises

Okta rolled out a slate of new cybersecurity, access management and authentication tools with major enterprises in mind. CEO Todd McKinnon talks to TheStreet about why Okta's laser-focused on the largest organizations in the world.