01/09/2013 04:04 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Ask Tech Expert Katie Linendoll A Question!

Tech expert Katie Linendoll will be joining me soon on Mondays With Marlo to answer all our tech-related questions! Here's your opportunity to get answers about:

  • New hot tech gadgets
  • The latest tablets
  • Smartphone advice
  • Valentine's Day tech deals
  • Best tech gadgets for women 40+
  • Tech for beginners
  • And anything else you'd like to ask!

Post your questions for Katie in the comments below, and stay tuned to watch her answers!

Katie Linendoll is an Emmy Award-winning technology expert contributing to ESPN, and "ESPN The Magazine." She contributes tech segments to "The Today Show" and hosts a tech show on Spike TV. She has a degree in Information Technology New Media from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Katie has been tech-minded since childhood and earned her networking certificates before graduating high school. After college, she went on to launch her professional career with ESPN. At age 22, she won an Emmy Award for her work on "SportsCenter." She moved on, and a few years later, she received another Emmy nomination as the tech host of A&E's "We Mean Business."

Now a seasoned TV personality, Linendoll brings to ESPN a broad range of experience. A regular contributor to "The Today Show", she also hosts All Access Weekly, a show on Spike TV focused on tech, gaming and comics. She contributes regularly to's "Health Pop" and People Style Watch Magazine. Throughout her career, Linendoll has discussed the latest technology on "The Nate Berkus Show," "The Early Show," "ABC News Now "and in dozens of radio interviews across the US and Canada. In addition, publications such as "Fitness,",,, Yahoo! Finance and more have regularly consulted Linendoll’s expertise.

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