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.
The key to understanding how the Sleep Shepherd works is first to realize that the brain has an electric charge just like the heart. We measure the hearts "electricity" with an EKG. We can also measure the brain's electricity with an EEG.
I remember my sheer excitement when I was invited to one of the first computer classes at my elementary school. I felt as though the world of technology opened up to me, and I think those early days of computing really inspired my future in technology. Since I was afforded that experience as a child, today I am a big supporter of encouraging the next generation of girls into STEM professions.
You've probably heard about the importance of exposing children to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) or STEAM (with an added arts component) as early as possible in their developmental years. But in an age of digital distraction, how do you keep them engaged?
Walking in the footsteps of a true legend, Katie Linendoll visits Elvis’ Graceland. The second most visited historic home in the United States, Graceland has over 14 different areas of exhibits including The King's planes, army memorabilia and automobiles. Katie chats with Public Relations Coordinator, Libby Perry, about the historic landmark and the iconic Presley family.
The “most important tech reveal of 2017” combines luxury with technology, all within the showroom of everyday life. Allow me to introduce the Beautyrest Black® Hybrid mattress. I can tell you that for me, the experience of laying on this mattress was nothing short of an escape to luxury. When you lie down, you feel the comfort of the memory foam layers and support of the advanced coil construction. It’s a “wow” experience of what a bed should feel like at a luxury spa, but the best part is that it’s available for your own personal bedroom.
I cover a lot of crazy and over-the-top items when it comes to technology, so sometimes I forget that tech can also enhance our overall quality of life. We all love that companies are churning out the next big thing in innovation almost every day, but what about the technology that we can’t see? Ironically, there is a movement right now driven by companies and products aiming to educate us on just that.
We often think of technology as a piece of equipment we carry in our pockets or wear on our wrists, but next Tuesday, May 9, Mattress Firm will showcase a product with patented technology to help improve your sleep and overall quality of life. It’s going to be the Most Important Tech Reveal of 2017.
Katie Linendoll chats with Nintendo NY Regional Manager, PJ Sadler, at the Nintendo NYC store, which he manages. PJ and Katie fire up a little Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, chat about E3 and Nintendo NES Classic Edition, and also take some fan questions.
I could not believe it when my sister, Emily, told me that she wanted to buy her first home. I remember when we used to play with our Barbie Dreamhouse and build forts together in the backyard! I was so excited for her, as this is such a major life milestone, but when she started explaining the financial process, I realized I had no idea how competitive the housing market is and how important it is to have a strong line of credit.
Memorial Day weekend and summer vacation time aren’t far away, so tech expert Katie Linendoll is on TODAY with the best new travel gear, including a folding beach wagon that lets sand go right through it and compression packing cubes that can store up to 13 dress shirts in the large size. She also shares a first look at Nintendo’s much-anticipated Mario Kart 8 Deluxe video game.
Katie Linendoll interviews Nintendo Regional Manager PJ Sadler at the Nintendo NY store the day of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe launch for the Switch. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was showcased live on TODAY show for a first TV look then Katie popped over to the Nintendo NY store in Rockefeller Center for this interview with PJ minutes later!
Join me for a fascinating discussion with Nintendo President and Chief Operating Officer Reggie Fils-Aimé. Reggie discusses his crazy past few months with the release of the Nintendo Switch console, which had record breaking sales, and also the launches of the NES Classic Edition console and the Super Mario Run app. Note that this interview first aired on Facebook Live with Katie Linendoll at the Nintendo World Store in NYC on March 9th.
Terry Fator is a ventriloquist, singer, comedian, impersonator and top headliner in Las Vegas. Often called the VOICE of Entertainment, Fator is best known for his win on Season 2 of America’s Got Talent. Fator just extended his 10-year 100 million dollar contract in Las Vegas and was recently named the Best Family-Friendly Show by Las Vegas Review Journal. Katie Linendoll sits down with Terry behind the scenes of his show at the Mirage to chat his humble roots, passion for Nintendo, and never ending love of performing.
Katie Linendoll sits down with Susan Reynolds, Vice President, Partner Ecosystem, IBM Watson Customer Engagement at IBM's annual IBM Amplify event in Las Vegas. Watson might be best known for his remarkable performance on Jeopardy, but this was only the start. As a leading edge cognitive system, Watson is forging new partnerships between people and computers . Susan discusses how Watson can help businesses better serve their customers, hospitals better understand their patients and retailers better target their audiences.