Attention all you fabulous inventors, entrepreneurs and publicists out there - you can pitch your tech to Katie Linendoll and her audience on Facebook Live! Katie chats with Sam Roberts about the launch of her new show "Katie Show Live." They also (not surprisingly) tell some random stories.
Katie Linendoll, host of the tech podcast “Katie.show,” previews next year’s tech trends, from futuristic devices like smart glasses that snap photos to a personalized 3-D avatar that can be simply made from a selfie.
In Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), TODAY tech guru Katie Linendoll gives you an inside look at the futuristic gadgets on display, including a camera drone that follows you like your own personal paparazzo and a customer service robot that could revolutionize business.
Katie Linendoll chats with Richard Clompus, VP of Communications & Consumer Interaction at PogoCam. The Company created the world’s smallest wearable camera, which attaches to chic eyewear. PogoCam will be hitting the market in 2017. Sam Roberts of Sirius XM also joins Katie to provide a holiday public service announcement. Katie also shares the cutting edge gadget of the week.
Shigeri Miyamoto is a video game legend - he is the creator and producer of Super Mario, Zelda, Pikmin and other Nintendo classics. In an exclusive interview with Katie Linendoll, Mr. Miyamoto speaks about his love for bluegrass music, the Nintendo characters he wishes had become more popular, and the brand new Super Mario run on iOS.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll joins TODAY with an array of fun, festive, and practical gifts for tech-savvy people, including the world’s first pancake printer, a remote control R2-D2 for the kids, and a multi-photo, color-changing mug for the coffee lover on your list.
Several months ago, tech guru Katie Linendoll told Gregg Giannotti and Brian Jones that Virtual Reality would be the next big tech craze. Well, given the number of VR products on sale right now, it appears she was right.
Miguel Valenzuela doesn’t need to make his kids pancakes - he invented a robot to do that. The idea began as a Lego creation, which Miguel turned into a working prototype. He then landed himself half a million dollars on Kickstarter to follow his dream. After whipping up some printed pancakes of her own, Katie chats with Miguel about his amazing invention.
Hello from the Winter Wonderland Technology Showcase in the heart of New York City! This morning I had the pleasure to host a media tour coast to coast alongside some of the biggest go-to names in technology all powered by Intel. If you couldn't t get to this exclusive event or perhaps you saw it and now are looking for some additional details -- I’ve put together some of my favorite gift suggestions and upcoming deals!