Katie rejoins Ashley Eckstein, voice of Ahsoka Tano on the Star Wars animated series, at New York City Comic Con. As founder of Her Universe, one of the world's top female clothing lines for Star Wars, Marvel and Doctor Who, Ashely is both an artistic and a business savvy powerhouse... a real Wonder Woman!
Our gadget guru Katie Linendoll stops by / Katie tries to conquer 10 Questions / Odell Beckham Jr is confused about celebrations, Tiger Woods thinks there is a chance he never plays again & Randall Cobb is not a fan of the Thursday Night Football quick turnaround.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll is in the TODAY Orange Room with Dylan Dreyer to share a first look at the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and explain their special features. She also says that major updates to iPhones 5 and up are coming Tuesday.
The U.S. marriage rate is around 50%. Not too long ago, it was much higher! And when people got married, they got married much younger. Tom asked Comedian Joe Devito and the callers what's behind this shift in our culture! And as many would expect, most of the male callers blamed women. Then, Katie Linendoll, Emmy Award winning Tech Expert, had early access to Apple's new iPhone 8 and gave Tom her own personal review of the phone!
The Batcole Foundation was founded in loving memory of Cole, who passed away from neuroblastoma when he was only 11 years old. It's mission is to improve the overall experience of cancer care for patients and their families. A proud Team Batcole member, Katie chats with Carol Winnefeld, Cole's mother, about the unique ways that the foundation is living out its mission. Projects include raising funds for clinical research & also an exiting tech partnership with HP involving hospital room makeovers & VR.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll visits TODAY with an array of great gadgets for fall, including a Chefman volcano waffle maker, a Moleskine smart writing set that connects to your phone, Raden smart luggage with built-in USB ports, and Star Wars stormtrooper and Darth Vader media chairs.
In a world where technology helps us be anywhere and do (almost) anything, Katie Linendoll is leading the way. A true multi-hyphenate in trade, Katie is an Emmy-winner, journalist, TV personality and tech insider. You can see her regularly on the TODAY Show, where she’s served as a tech contributor, wow-ing everyone from Matt Lauer to Willie Geist to, of course, the viewers, for the past six years. She’s also a regular on The Weather Channel, Fox News, HLN, CNN and CBS Sports Radio.
This is the kind of blackout that is science approved! I’ve put together some of my favorite must have gadgets to watch the solar eclipse and I recommend getting them early, as they are already starting to sell out fast!
´Ken Sklute gives Katie Linendoll tips on how to shoot that perfect eclipse photo - spoiler alert, it's not with a smart phone. Canon has knighted Ken with the impressive title of being a "Canon Explorer of Light,” a distinction held by only 51 of the top photographers worldwide. Ken also chats eclipse safety and warns that many could be at risk for damaging their eyes if they don't wear proper protective eye gear. They also discuss our era of digital film and debate what crosses the line and becomes overmanipulation.
Katie chats with Miheer Walavalkar, Co-Founder & Chief Business Officer of LiveLike, a company that is bringing live sports into virtual reality. They are enabling audiences to experience huge events like the Super Bowl in Virtual and also collaborating with big brands like Fox Sports.
Did you know there is a gadget that can keep sharks away? In honor of Shark Week, Katie chats with Nathan Garrison, the co-founder of Sharkbanz, who shares how 10 years of research with scientists and marine biologists led him to create the world’s first shark deterrent wearable.
Our gadget guru joins DA in studio / Katie Linendoll conquers 10 Questions / Allen Iverson bails on his home crowd, Shin-Soo Choo has some trouble with the sun, Paul Nanos defends his hot dog eating “event” & Jackie Bradley Jr. robsAaron Judge as called by John Sterling.
Katie Linendoll has the first look at LEGO Brickheadz being revealed at San Diego Comic-Con 2017. Only two of these sets are being revealed at #SDCC and you can win one by entering for a chance to purchase if you are on location. Or you can find out how you can win a set in this video!
Katie speaks with Matt Lloyd head of communications at iRobot and Chief Marketing Officer at RSE (Robots in Service of the Environment). Katie and Matt discuss a new robot created by RSE to tackle the invasion of the lionfish in Bermuda.
This is an ecological story that Katie has been following for many years.
Whether you love or hate Apple, you can't deny the impact a once 4.5-inch tall smartphone called the iPhone had on the world. Imagine thinking then of the world as we now know it — filled with blue iMessage clouds, a Siri who doesn't always get us, and a battery life that can barely just make it through the day. POPSUGAR spoke to five tech influencers about the impact the iPhone had on them.
When shopping for health and beauty products, the list is long and the sheer scope can be overwhelming. Since I am frequently reporting on-air, keeping up with the latest makeup and beauty trends is part of my professional life and I am constantly testing out new gadgets and gizmos. Now, let me share what I've learned with you!
Katie chats with Andrew Song and Allison Swope about the far reaching capabilities of Facebook Messenger. Of course you can communicate with your friends, but did you know that you can chat with TSA and/or order a pizza instantly? With 1.2b users on Messenger, its no wonder that it takes 100k bots and counting to maintain the current platform.
As technology improves, there’s less incentive for sports fans to attend athletic events. Why pay for a ticket, parking, food, and beverages – and have to deal with unruly fans or, depending on the sport, the weather – just to sit in the upper deck and be so far removed from the action? Especially when a flat screen in a climate-controlled environment is often the alternative?
Tech expert Katie Linendoll visits TODAY with an array of gift ideas for Father’s Day and graduation, including a new Pictar iPhone camera grip; “Star Wars” pizza cutters with sound effects; a life-size “Star Wars” BB-8 floor lamp, and a remote-control Zamboni that delivers frosty beverages
Technology is changing sports arenas and enhancing the fan experience. An inside look at the Cleveland Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena. A chat with Priya Narasimhan, who is the founder of Yinzcam, and creator of over 160 professional team apps. Katie also talks with Mike Conley, VP Digital for Cleveland Cavaliers, who is on the forefront of augmented reality, virtual reality, beacons and analytics. Together these two experts provide a high tech experience before the fans even step into the the arena.