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As a journalist and tech expert, I am known for my travels “Around the World in Katie Days.”On the road, living this fast paced, adventurous life I must stay smart, safe and use common sense.While traveling I am aware of the importance of protecting myself and my gear with practical things like wearing a seatbelt and keeping my most valuable gear with me as a carry on. While these concrete things seem so obvious, over time I have also learned that protecting my personal data left behind from online activities, or digital footprint, is just as important. That’s why I’m excited to partner with Allstate.
Katie Linendoll chats with Silicon Valley innovator and futurist Kevin Surace as Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify before congress. They discuss the goals of Cambridge Analytica and what every consumer should be aware of when it comes to their privacy and digital footprint.
Katie Linendoll visits Cape Canaveral to follow up on a story that she has been covering with HP Printing and NASA. She watched as SpaceX Mission CRS-14 launched the printer into space! The HP ENVY ISS traveled aboard the Dragon Capsule on the Falcon 9 rocket with 5,800 lbs of other science and research equipment destined for the ISS. Katie chats with Ron Stephens - R&D Manager, Specialty Printing Systems HP, Inc. to learn how his team collaborated to create this high tech zero gravity printer.
She’s an Emmy-winning tech expert and philanthropist. Here, Katie Linendoll breaks down her upcoming projects and the lessons of a career that saw her thrive in not one, but two male-dominated industries. By Matt Tuthill
Can you make a career out of being a professional gamer? Its legit. The world of eSports and professional gaming has grown like crazy over the past few years. What many would write off as activities taking place in a parents basement are now selling out Madison Square Garden, attracting jaw dropping numbers of online streams, and earning pros prizes in the millions. Heck its even being considered as an Olympic sport! Katie Linendoll chats with Matt O'Brien who is leading the charge for the Cleveland Cavaliers in their own eSports partnerships.
We often think that the toy industry is just about fun and games, but when it comes to the financial market it's a 26 billion dollar industry in the US alone! Katie Linendoll sits down to talk toys with Sven Gerjets CTO of Mattel at the Toy Fair 2018. Topics include Mattel's vision to accommodate the modern tech kid; how they can take an iconic brand like Hot Wheels and give it an upgrade for the next generation; and how they are addressing privacy concerns with connected toys (something we never worried about in the Olden Days).
Punxsutawney Phil stated that we've got at least six more weeks of winter weather. Well, during these coldest months of the year, I pull out the three must-have gadgets from my cold weather arsenal that are well worth the investment.
Nintendo recently announced Nintendo Labo – STEM focused interactive kits that work with Nintendo Switch. After a first hands on look (and build!) Katie Linendoll chatted with David Young, assistant manager PR Nintendo of America. Labo Variety and Robot kits will hit shelves April 20th.
Nintendo recently announced Nintendo Labo – STEM-focused interactive kits that work with Nintendo Switch. After a first hands-on look (and build!) Katie Linendoll chatted with David Young, assistant manager PR Nintendo of America. Labo Variety and Robot kits will hit shelves April 20th.
Imagine if your vanity mirror suddenly sprung to life and declared that, although you are indeed among the fairest, an emphatic red lip could help you top the list.
Toronto-based tech company ModiFace has created a fairytale-like “mirror” that comes close. The brand launched in 2008 with addictively playful apps that let you virtually makeover selfies with exotic hairstyles, eye colors and more. Big beauty brands took notice when ModiFace moved their tech into an augmented reality experience, powered by high-tech cameras...
Every year, tens of thousands of people flock to the Consumer Electronics Show to check out what’s new and cool in tech – and this year, TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones and tech expert Katie Linendoll were two of them. TODAY follows them as they check out everything from a laundry-folding robot to self-driving cars.
In my work as a tech expert, I have found that many families are interested in integrating smart lighting into their homes, but feel overwhelmed by the many options and complexity. I am always wary of “tech just for tech’s sake.” In other words, if a family invests in smart lighting, it should be easy to install, functional and practical. That is why I am so excited to partner with GE. After so many years in the lighting business, I’ve seen that GE really understands their customer and practical ways to integrate the new lighting technology.
8-year-old Angelo Yu loves to read but the second grader has to hold the book right up to his face. He is legally blind, a side effect of a brain tumor. Now Angelo is about to get his best Christmas gift ever thanks to tech expert Katie Linendoll and her sister, Nadine, an oncology nurse practitioner. Angelo is getting the give of sight with a pair of electronic glasses called eSight.
Talk about an ‘Appy Holiday! We turned to Katie Linendoll — an Emmy Award-winning expert in all things tech — for the inside scoop on cutting edge gifts and gadgets, sure to add a touch of modern flair to your time-honored traditions.
Loved joining the one and only @rachaelray today on air! So full of Christmas spirit!! I gotta share that behind the scenes they have culinary student chefs that bring you beyond amazing food - I couldn't stop eating all the dishes!!