Happy Thursday!

For almost a week straight, Tesla Inc. (TSLA) has come up in the news cycles. Both Roku Inc. (ROKU) and Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) are making their debuts thanks to their earnings calls. 

Here's the wrap up of the top stories for Thursday.

5 Important Things to Watch as Nvidia Reports Earnings on Thursday

TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa breaks down the important factors in Nvidia's  earnings report. 

After posting giant gains in 2017 and adding to them during the first couple of months of 2018, Nvidia has been in something of a holding pattern, as a tech correction and worries about reduced cryptocurrency mining activity temper continued enthusiasm about the GPU giant's long-term gaming, AI and automotive opportunities.

Crypto mining, the Cloud AI boom and gaming GPU's are just some of the important factors that Jhonsa details in his article.

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Interested in the earnings call? TheStreet will be hosting a live blog starting at 4 p.m. ET. Check it out here

Tesla Is About to Give a Bunch of Folks a Free Upgrade ... Again

Tesla just doesn't get tired of being in the limelight

Elon Musk turned to Twitter to announce yet another upgrade for Model S and Model X owners.

(Tired of seeing Elon Musk's name? Yeah, we are too.)

Feature improvement has been a core principle of Tesla's cars for a while now—the firm sold its Autopilot system largely on the promise that, as Tesla's self-driving software continued to improve, cars would be able to leverage their existing hardware for full self-driving. But Tesla's feature enhancements go well beyond Autopilot.

Jonas Elmerraji, a contributor for TheStreet, broke down the Tesla features. 

Get Excited About Roku: Streaming Content Is Starting to Get Very Interesting

Roku's earnings were announced Wednesday night. RealMoney contributor Stephen Guilfoyle explains why investors (and everyone) should be interested in Roku. Don't know what that is? Well, he explains that too.

The question becomes, can Roku compete against the big guys? The kind of growth we are now seeing means that the firm will not be ignored. At some point, I would not be surprised to see a takeover premium start to build into the stock, said Guilfoyle. 

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