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 Buys Computer Vision Startup DeepScale

Tesla Buys Computer Vision Startup DeepScale

DeepScale's CEO is joining Tesla's autopilot team, according to LinkedIn.

Zuckerberg Squares Off Against Warren, Says He'd Sue if Facebook Were Broken Up

Zuckerberg Squares Off Against Warren, Says He'd Sue if Facebook Were Broken Up

In leaked audio, Facebook's CEO told employees he'd 'go to the mat' and fight a breakup proposed by Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren.

Apple Extends Smartwatch Lead as Watch Series 5 Reviews Roll In

Apple Extends Smartwatch Lead as Watch Series 5 Reviews Roll In

Reviewers and buyers hail many of the new features, but some critique its less-than-optimal battery life.

Why Slack, Shopify, Twilio and Other Momentum Stocks Tanked This Week

Why Slack, Shopify, Twilio and Other Momentum Stocks Tanked This Week

There appears to have been a major rotation away from high-flying momentum stocks and towards value names.

Apple Is Exploring Theatrical Releases, Awards for TV+ Films -- Here's Why

Apple Is Exploring Theatrical Releases, Awards for TV+ Films -- Here's Why

Apple is exploring theatrical runs for some of its TV+ content, according to a report. Theatrical prestige and awards aren't just vanities; they're necessities for upstarts looking to draw the best talent.

Peloton's Weak Debut a Symptom of a More Discerning IPO Market

Peloton's Weak Debut a Symptom of a More Discerning IPO Market

Peloton's unimpressive debut is yet another sign that investors are avoiding highly-valued, unprofitable firms as the capital markets tilt towards less risky investments.

Peloton Closes Below IPO Price, But Its President Sees Big Opportunities Ahead

Peloton Closes Below IPO Price, But Its President Sees Big Opportunities Ahead

Peloton closed just below $26 per share on its first trading day, well below its IPO price of $29 per share. Peloton's President William Lynch talks to TheStreet about how the company plans to tackle the $4 trillion fitness market.

Tesla Jumps as Musk Says It 'Has a Shot' at Delivering 100K Cars This Quarter

Tesla Jumps as Musk Says It 'Has a Shot' at Delivering 100K Cars This Quarter

Tesla is expected to report its third quarter delivery figures next week, which represent the next big catalyst for the stock.

Peloton Prices IPO at $29, at Top of Its Range: Report

Peloton Prices IPO at $29, at Top of Its Range: Report

Peloton is due to list shares on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol PTON.

With Growing Echo Lineup, Amazon Aims to Put Alexa Everywhere

With Growing Echo Lineup, Amazon Aims to Put Alexa Everywhere

Amazon extends its dominance of the smart speaker market with a range of new Echos and other devices, but the benefits to Amazon's bottom line aren't yet clear.