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Batteries Not Included | Game Developer Casey O’ Donnell

This week, Darrin speaks with Casey O' Donnell, who has worked on titles like Guitar Hero and Spider-Man 3, about an upcoming lecture at...

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 | Your iPhone’s security features aren’t so secure

This week, we look at how a security feature in iOS isn't working as intended, plus reports on how NASA may have discovered organic...

Batteries Not Included | The violent video game debate

This week's episode focuses on the ongoing debate over whether or not violent video games cause things like mass shootings. Darrin says they don't,...

Batteries Not Included Episode 7: Game changing and shaming

Tom and Kale sit down to discuss a couple of game changers from Sony, while also lamenting how Hollywood refuses to change in some...

Batteries Not Included | Gifts, Privacy, and Internet Speeds

This week, Darrin takes a look at some of the most popular gifts of 2018, and how private your data is around them. Also,...

Batteries Not Included | Charly Butcher, the disappearing legacy of video games, and gills...

This week, Darrin takes a moment to remember a colleague we lost too soon. Also, someone designed a set of wearable "gills" that will let...

Batteries Not Included Episode 24: The Pokemon Go Phenomenon

Tom and Kale are fully hooked on Pokemon GO and they're h ere to help you with tips, tricks, and pointers on where and...

Batteries Not Included Episode 28: Suicide Squad isn’t that bad…it’s not that good, either

In this episode, Tom gives a full non-spoiler review of Suicide Squad and found it to be a mixed bag of good and bad...much...

Batteries Not Included Episode 19: The Calm Before E3

In this episode, Tom and Kale get set for E3 next week and try to sort out what is fact and what are stupid...

Batteries Not Included | Are “loot boxes” actually gambling?

This week, Darrin weighs in on a topic that's been growing in prominence among video game fans: loot boxes. Are they harmless fun ways to...

Batteries Not Included | The Super NES Classic

This week, Darrin reacts to the news that Nintendo is releasing a "classic" edition of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System... and laments the mistakes...

Batteries Not Included | Games about tragedies

This week, Darrin takes a look at the controversy surrounding "Active Shooter," a game based on school shootings that was quickly canceled. Also, Nintendo has...

Batteries Not Included | 5G is coming

This week, Darrin takes another look at 5G for mobile networks, and what that means for you. Also, a recap of last weekend's Extra Life...

Batteries Not Included Episode 12: All aboard the E3 hypetrain!

Tom and Kale blow up the script this episode and talk about what they want out of the E3 Expo this June. Short answer:...

Batteries Not Included Episode 16: Super games, superheroes, and Supergirl

Tom and Kale are reunited this episode to discuss some big happenings in the geek world. Kale has a full-blown review of Doom (he...

Batteries Not Included | Protecting yourself from Facebook

This week, Darrin continues to examine the fallout of the Facebook data scandal, what you can do to protect yourself, and how to do...

Batteries Not Included | Video games as an olympic sport?

There's active talk about making esports - video games - part of the Olympic Games. Darrin dissects that, plus how "mutated tomatoes" might be a...

Batteries Not Included | Return of a legendary phone

This week, Darrin talks about the return of the Nokia 3310, as well as an update on the latest cybersecurity problem with Yahoo!. New episodes...

Batteries Not Included | Atari’s back

This week, Darrin blows the dust off your old cartridges and previews the new Atari VCS console. Yes, a new Atari gaming console in...

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