Katie Cincotta is a technology writer and regular contributor to the Livewire section on The Age
Katie Cincotta Lightweight rubber band comes in a range of colours, with one button to let you cycle through steps, time, date, calories, and heart rate if you've connected the optional wireless heart-rate monitor...
Katie Cincotta Since the first GoPro model arrived in 2005, the company’s market value has hit $6 billion, and more than 500 million GoPro videos have been lodged on YouTube alone.
Katie Cincotta A web scam called clickjacking that preys on social media users is on the rise and the attacks are increasingly sophisticated.
Katie Cincotta Respectable audio quality combines with comfort to make the headphones happy travellers. By Katie Cincotta.
Katie Cincotta Documenting her year-long tour around Australia on social media made Yucky Mummy Terri Cowley feel connected to a community even in the most remote places.
Katie Cincotta The BRV-X has a rugged look that goes well with its function as an outdoor speaker unit.
Katie Cincotta The ready-to-play Rolling Spider and Jumping Sumo toy drones have real character.
Katie Cincotta Teenager Christopher Hills has found IT solutions to some profound physical barriers.
Katie Cincotta The online takeaway app that brings us food without having to even talk to the restaurant is getting bigger each year.
Katie Cincotta Instagram was used to create a "cheeky" campaign for George Calombaris' restaurants.
Katie Cincotta The plush Lyka toy is really an interactive tool that encourages children to read and serves as a clever bridge between technology and education.
Katie Cincotta Self-deleting selfies are helpful but experts warn young people can still be victims of unwise postings.
Katie Cincotta The Xperia Z2 trumps other Android models with its lightning pace and an extraordinary camera that makes others look mediocre by comparison.
Katie Cincotta In the first half of 2014, Samsung has launched 26 new ‘‘flagship’’ consumer electronic products across the mobile, tablet, camera and sound and vision categories.
Katie Cincotta Is one of the tech titans trying to convince us that phones now require supplementary weaponry? Not quite.
Katie Cincotta The serrated rubber wristband gives feedback on your health and fitness in a Bluetooth wireless model that fuses style and substance.
Katie Cincotta Noted photojournalist Ben Lowy says big cameras can detract from pictures by coming between the photographer and the subject.
Katie Cincotta Samsung’s follow-up to the S4 Zoom crossover hits the mark.
Katie Cincotta Canon has launched #CanonShine, a platform to focus on powerful, meaningful photography.
Katie Cincotta Nobody wants a smartphone that answers calls any more; that’s just a bonus.