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.
We hope you enjoy this rendition of "The Rising Sun" entrance theme of Shinsuke Nakamura WWE/NXT Superstar. This was inspired after watching violinist Lee England Jr. perform this at the NXT TakeOver in Brooklyn. The arena was lit! I decided to give it a different spin with the help of my super talent girlfriends. We shot this in a very cool and vintage spot in NYC :)
The Nintendo Switch has arrived to opening weekend record breaking US sales. Katie Linendoll chats with Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime about games, Netflix, virtual reality and the past twelve months of Nintendo unveils.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll visits TODAY with an array of great gadgets for spring. Among her picks: Wearhaus Arc headphones, which enable you to share your music on the go, and the Tip N Split calculator for instantly figuring out how to divvy up a restaurant bill.
Austin’s such a great place to explore the latest trends and innovations – and that was definitely true at the Capital One House @ Antone’s in the heart of SXSW where I spent a day immersed in learning about some of the latest digital, tech and design innovations in banking. I left the House to get some additional equipment twice and had a hard time getting back in – the true sign of a successful event! If you weren’t able to make it to Austin, I’ve put together a roundup of some of the best financial innovation highlights that were announced on location as another year of SXSW wraps up!
I’m not ashamed to admit that I take my loyalty programs very seriously. From Starbucks® to CVS®, I love finding digital tools to help me save money. Being conscious about money is smart and the way that I was raised. I remember sitting with my mom on Sunday mornings where we combed through the newspaper, cut out coupons and then arranged them in an accordion folder. Somehow my mom would manage to take me and my three older sisters to the grocery store and save us money at the same time!
Meet ENO, the first SMS chatbot from a U.S. bank created by Capital One and announced at SXSW. Katie Linendoll chats with Audra Koklys Plummer and Steph Hay on the character development and design that allows you to text a chatbot real-time questions on your finances.
I remember when I was little and my mom needed to deposit a check at the bank. My three sisters and I piled into the car and drove to the center of town. Once we got into the bank we all stood around the counter as my mom filled out the deposit slip. Then we lingered in the long line that wound around the lobby to wait for our turn at the window. If we were lucky we got a free sucker from the lady at the counter. It is amazing to think, in a different era how much time and effort it took my mom to complete just one banking transaction!
Stephanie Abrams, cohost of America's Morning Headquarters (AMHQ) on The Weather Channel, discusses new advancements in weather technology, her fascination with the universe, her thoughts on climate change and her cameo in the epic film, Sharknado 2.
Katie Linendoll showcases some hot new gadgets created to encourage young girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
February has Valentine's Day, President's Day, and it also has Engineer's Week! We're looking at how these products inspire young girls to pursue STEM programs with Katie Linendoll.
For many Spring is already here! Katie Linendoll shows Stephanie Abrams and Reynolds Wolf a few awesome gadgets for the warming weather.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll stopped by TODAY to show us the most wackiest, yet practical, gadgets you can use in any type of household.
Is our heavily connected information society safe within the "Internet of Things?" How do we stop the rise of super sophisticated phishing schemes that have successfully hacked millions of users? Tom Gillis, a former VP of Cisco Security and now the founder of Bracket Computing, a cybersecurity company, tackles these questions and also explains what the world’s largest financial institutions need to do in order to protect their networks. Tom and Katie also chat about the cutting edge security software that Bracket Computing just unveiled at the RSA cybersecurity conference in San Francisco.
There's a big disparity when it comes to men versus women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professions. As a techie since childhood, I've always been fascinated with STEM and even earned my networking certificates before graduating high school!
As technology becomes increasingly integrated into our everyday lives, it has helped us achieve greater connectivity and productivity – giving us more time to focus on what we love. It is not only reshaping how we relate to the world, but is also making significant advancements in a number of industries.
Josh meets up with Katie at the Crayola Booth from the epic Toy Fair extravaganza in NYC, where hundreds and thousands of toys are showcased each year. "How does a 150 year old company stay so young and vibrant? What is the most popular color?“ Katie asks - and Josh's responses will surprise you. Josh runs Crayola's cutting edge interactive platform, and he explains how Crayola has moved far beyond the crayons and markers of our youth.
Roselle, a former White House Cybersecurity Chief in the Obama Administration, is now the co-founder of Uplevel Security, a company committed to building cybersecurity technology solutions for its customers. Roselle discusses high level security breaches and hacks, and how our government and major corporations combat cyber threats on a daily basis.
If it wasn’t for tech, my New Year’s resolutions may already be toast. According to U.S. News & World Report, nearly 80 percent of resolutions are usually broken by mid-February. But as my Google calendar turns in that direction, I’m still going strong, and I credit apps and gadgets for making the whole “new year new you” thing easier than ever.
Valentine's Day is almost upon us and that means HEARTS! So this Valentine's Day, I want to do something for your heart. I am giving away an Apple Watch to one lucky winner! Not only is it an awesome gadget, but it can do all kinds of wonderful things for your heart!