Drinking water is something that we often take for granted. In areas where this resource is scarce, why not turn to Mother Nature to help us naturally solve this problem? In this episode, we explore the innovative technology of Zero Mass Water, a hydro-powered solar panel that uses the natural elements of sunshine and air to extract one case of drinking water per day. Katie Linendoll chats with Cody Friesen, Founder, and CEO of Zero Mass Water.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.
Online sales this holiday season are booming. With the influx of connected devices entering the home, your network security should be an important focus — as hackers are especially active during the shopping season. I've partnered up with Norton to showcase its Norton Core Secure WiFi Router, a device that will help protect your home computer and connected devices. I had the opportunity to chat with John Cook, Norton senior director of product management, to discuss the importance of network security in this IT focused podcast.
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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
Released June 23, 2016
One of the trendiest interactive mystery games partners with Ford Escape to create a limited time only 35,000 square foot experience: “Can You Escape NYC?” With the clock ticking, Sam and Katie join forces try to get through six rooms without killing each other while also solving puzzles while using new in vehicle technologies. An inside look at building a customized brand experience.
Released June 12, 2016
David Pritchard and Tai Crosby, co-founders of SilVR Thread, which is a cutting edge company delivering virtual reality experiences, discuss developing immersive first-person virtual reality with their proprietary cameras.
Released May 19, 2016
Harrison and Alex Chen are brothers who played ping pong with each other growing up in Taiwan. They ultimately moved in separate directions and their solution to continue to play together was to build an app connected smart robot, they called "Trainerbot." Now they can play ping pong against each other anywhere and anytime via Trainerbot. The app, together with the robot, is now showcased and sold on Kickstarter. I played it and have to say it's kinda intense and it kicked my ass. Sam Roberts also weighs in.