In the 55 years that people have been setting and breaking Guinness World Records, we've seen some pretty epic displays of one-upmanship. Some of the most captivating talent categories have even become battlegrounds for intense rivalries. And just last week, a new rivalry was born.
Hey! Katie Linendoll here! As we all know, the iPad is the Goliath of the tablet world. Apple has 83% of the market share locked down and managed to move 3 million units of the new iPad in the first three days of its release, and they didn't even have to give it a name to do so. Personally, I like to call it Cameron. But that's beside the point.
Tune in to All Access Weekly on Thursday at midnight, to see one of my web addictions: bigassmessage.com! Here's another look at that endless wellspring of happiness, along with a few other ways to waste way too much of your time. Enjoy.
Hey guys! Katie Linendoll here for All Access Weekly. If you want to know what people are obsessing over these days, take a look at the top 10 Yahoo search queries of 2011.
With $640 million at stake in tonight’s Mega Millions Jackpot, we all have money on the brain. Sure, the odds of winning are 1 in 176 million. But you can still dream like a one-percenter. So you’ve finally won Mega Millions. Now what?
Hey! Katie Linendoll here. As you all know, we have a segment on All Access Weekly called “Tech Crush” where I share with you the gadgets I am geeking out over. With that said, here are some of my Tech Crushes this week!
Every Thursday at 12/11c only on SPIKE, get up close and personal with our resident tech wiz and All Access Weekly host Katie Linendoll (CNN, CBS Early Show) as she takes us on a geektacular journey through all things comics, tech and gaming.
Hey! Katie Linendoll here for All Access Weekly. Last year, I had a chance to challenge IBM's Watson in a full game of Jeopardy. Afterwards, as he kindly downplayed my cataclysmic thrashing, lead researcher Dr. David Ferrucci ensured me that their super-bot was much more than game show gimmick.
Hey! Katie Linendoll here for All Access Weekly, guys. Come September, the Brooklyn Nets will be the first major sports team to call the borough home since the Dodgers left for LA in 1957. And they’ll be quite comfy in their new home arena, the Barclays Center.
Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off today's iPad event with the assertion that we are living in a "post-PC" era. "A world where the PC is no longer the center of the digital world", Cook said. "A world where your new devices need to be more portable and dramatically easier to use than the PC has ever been". According to Cook, Apple sold 315 million...