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.Read More
Each week, Emmy-winning tech expert Katie Linendoll breaks down the latest trends, shares first looks in technology and science and interviews the most notable minds in the industry.
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Haben Girma, who has been blind and deaf since birth, is a graduate of Harvard Law School, a White House Champion of Change, a Forbes 30 Under 30 (Law and Policy) and a TED speaker. Oh, and she also surfs, salsa dances, and travels the world. I chat with this incredible woman to kick off my a full year episodes of Katie <dot> SHOW.Read More
Never heard of LeEco? Well, this rising brand plans to be just about everywhere starting, uh, now. The booming Chinese company has entered the U.S. market with hopes to be your go-to tech supplier from TVs to smartphones to commuter bikes and headphones. Their keystones are good quality at very low prices. Katie chats with Kenny Mathers, General Manger, Global Product Marketing, at the company’s U.S. headquarters in Silicon Valley.Read More
Katie interviews the cast and crew of the iconic FX show Archer at New York Comic Con for Decider.com. They dish on insights into the upcoming season 8, share which celeb guests they hope are part of the season (even members of the cast don't know yet!) and.....LANA!!!! (Don't get it? You're missing out - tune in to Archer!)Read More
As New York Comic Con's official correspondent (on behalf of Decider.com), Katie Linendoll interviews Mark Robben, Director of Marketing at Funko, the pop culture collectible manufacturer. They chat about the hottest Pop Vinyls, Funko's booming success, and how the Golden Girls action figure set became the event's hottest toy.Read More
Katie chats with Nintendo's JC Rodrigo, a manager of product marketing for Nintendo, about the new NES Classic Edition (out Nov 11th) which includes 30 of the most iconic Nintendo games, from Mega Man to Donkey Kong to Excitebike.Read More
After traveling to Cupertino for the Apple launch and showcasing the devices on the TODAY Show, Katie shares her thoughts on the new iPhones, series two Apple Watch and Airpods. Katie also chats the Batcole Foundation and Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.Read More
Princeton graduate and Olympic rower Sara Hendershot shares the ups and downs of living the four year Olympic cycle, the joys and pain of hardcore training and why an ambulance stopped her in Boston the other day.
Katie chats with Chris Pirillo, founder and CEO of LockerGnome, Inc., and a diehard Star Wars fan, about the new "Star Wars Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" trailer that was recently unveiled. Katie and Chris also dish on iPhone 7 rumors. Katie discusses the gadget of the week.
Released Aug 14, 2016
Katie meets with Lil Bub and her owner, Mike Bridavsky, in Bloomington, Indiana. Lil Bub is one of the internet’s most famous cats. She has used technology to secure millions of social media fans and a new app funded on Kickstarter. Lil Bub has also raised over half a million dollars for charity. And, in the midst of playing a cameo part in the new film, “Nine Lives,” Bub took some time out to take part in a new genome sequencing project. Bub’s owner Mike talks about Bub's current adventures and what's up next.
Released Aug 11, 2016
Katie speaks with technologist and futurist Kevin Surace on what sparked the craze of Pokémon Go and if the November election could indeed be hacked.
Released Aug 3, 2016
Sitting on a literal hotbed of active and inactive volcanoes, Iceland capitalizes on its natural resources to provide renewable electricity to its citizens. Katie speaks with Hordur Arnarson, CEO of Landsvirkjun, which produces 73% of all Iceland's electricity via geothermal energy. Hordur further discusses future plans for an undersea pipeline from Iceland to the UK of hydro and geothermal-generated electricity.
Released July 27, 2016
Dreamfuel, founded by Emily White, assists Olympic hopefuls and their families with travel to the games. Such financial help is critical as many athletes only make $15k a year, or less.