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Batteries Not Included | Mind-sharing, low-quality bags, and computers that teach themselves

This week, Darrin takes a look at the winners from the 2018 Game Awards, learns about a new project that lets people actually share...

Batteries Not Included | Your dog’s a dummy (probably)

This week, Darrin looks at a scientific study that claims dogs aren't all that special, a recap of the latest NASA mission to Mars,...

Batteries Not Included | 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

Black Friday has come and gone, but your gift list still has a few people left on it. Luckily, Darrin has a look at...

Batteries Not Included | Black Friday 2018 Guide

Although, frankly, you'll probably be shopping online this year, here's a look at some great deals all the while.Also, a brief look at the...

Batteries Not Included | Saving cash on holiday travel

This week, Darrin looks at ways to save some cash on those holiday plane tickets, a website that is literally giving away music, and...

Batteries Not Included | Apple’s newest iPad is its best ever

The next version of the iPad got Darrin's attention, and he'll go over why in this week's episode.Also, Red Dead Redemption 2 made a...

Batteries Not Included | Weaponized data and cool spaceship toys

It's a mixed bag this week, as Darrin talks about Apple CEO Tim Cook's comments on "weaponizing" consumer data, a new video game that...

Batteries Not Included | The problem with “crunch” time

This week, Darrin talks about some controversy over the revelation that people working on Red Dead Redemption 2 (pictured) were putting in 100-hour work...

Batteries Not Included | New tech from Facebook, Google, and Microsoft

Darrin looks at a trio of new tech announcements that came down this week, including Facebook's attempt to supplant the Amazon Echo, and Google's...

Batteries Not Included | Presidential Alerts and altered crops

This week, Darrin looks at the Presidential Alert system that lit up many of our phones recently, and a new development that would have...

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