Katie Cincotta is a technology writer and regular contributor to the Livewire section on The Age
Katie Cincotta The mobility challenged are set to benefit from a young scientist's work.
Katie Cincotta The new Samsung has reduced the bloatware in its Android OS and has moved ahead of Apple with a superior camera.
Katie Cincotta Viral success in a social media context doesn't have a set formula and can't be be predicted, but there are common threads.
Katie Cincotta The internet can be a dangerous place for kids but respect and trust are vital to healthy family relationships.
Katie Cincotta The new HTC looks great, sounds better, and is loaded with Android features, so why did the company put in a second-rate camera?
Katie Cincotta With the proliferation of social media, the matter of what to do with accounts after a user's death has become an important topic.
Katie Cincotta In the race to capture a piece of the smartwatch market, Garmin’s Vivoactive is targeting fitness buffs.
Katie Cincotta Asus has borrowed ideas from Apple and Microsoft to develop its own version of a ‘‘work-play’’ fusion device.
Katie Cincotta High costs drive companies overseas, but many Australian developers have found benefits in making their products at home.
Katie Cincotta The Powerbot is something of a game-changer in robo-vacs but it comes at a price.
Katie Cincotta Online self-publishing tools help writers put their books into the hands of readers.
Katie Cincotta The versatility of the Fire HDX is undeniable, particularly appealing for families who want a multimedia device.
Katie Cincotta Parrot's upgraded range includes a feature-packed app to add good sound to eye-catching style.
Katie Cincotta An emerging social network category celebrates everything the big mainstream players are not – private, ephemeral, mysterious.
Katie Cincotta Smart people trading up to new phones or tablets discover they can get cash for their old devices or at least dispose of them wisely.
Katie Cincotta Motorola's new offering is anything but a straightforward phone.
Katie Cincotta The wireless functionality is a huge boon for data transfer.
Katie Cincotta What social media is doing to our brain is akin to what it’s doing to our phones – constantly running in the background, draining our charge and making us less responsive.
Katie Cincotta More affordable printing devices and easier-to-use software are emerging to make 3D printing a burgeoning technology.
Katie Cincotta An Australian company has refined the mobile phone to its simplest form - a phone that can make and receive calls, and that's all.