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Batteries Not Included | The best Christmas-related video games, plus more Facebook privacy woes

This week, Darrin takes a look at the (surprisingly few) video games that have some holiday flair, plus Facebook's ongoing privacy woes strike again. Check...

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 | Road trip essentials for the tech nerd

This week, Darrin takes a look at the must-have devices you should take with you on your next summer road trip. Be sure to...

Batteries Not Included | A Cautionary (Tell)Tale

This week, Darrin takes a look at the lessons learned from the sudden closure of Telltale Games, the developers of games focused on Batman,...

Batteries Not Included Episode 26 – It’s ok to believe in DC movies again

This week, Tom breaks down he big news from San Diego Comic-Con! And to him, that means breaking down the amazing Wonder Woman and...

Batteries Not Included | Net Neutrality and you

This week, Darrin takes a look at the FCC's recent decision to roll back "Net Neutrality" rules to before 2015, and why that might...

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 | Amazon vs UPS

This week's podcast is a special one, as it's also the first full-length episode of the On-Air version of the show! Darrin takes a look...

Batteries Not Included Episode 13: Take a lovely trip to Westeros

For one special episode, Tom Franklin previews Season 6 of Game of Thrones, breaks down the storylines this season will be following, and gives...

Batteries Not Included | Cutting the Cord

With more and more services moving to the Internet, is it only a matter of time before people start dropping Cable TV for streaming...

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 | Nintendo’s NES Classic Problem

This week, Darrin looks at the surprise cancellation of an extremely popular product, the NES Classic, and why it shouldn't actually be a surprise...

Batteries Not Included | 5G, Black Panther, and growing teeth

This week's episode is all about telling you what the upcoming 5G cellular service means for your smartphone, a look at how scientists are...

Batteries Not Included | Cutting the Cord, Part 2

This week, Darrin continues his search for a solution to the rising prices of cable and satellite TV, focusing on video-on-demand services. Find the previous...

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 | Verizon vs Firefighters

This week, Darrin talks about a situation that saw Verizon Wireless throttle much-needed cellular data that firefighters were using to fight a California wildfire,...

Batteries Not Included Episode 14: The unsolved mystery of the Nintendo NX

Kale returns to join Tom in discussing the imminent Nintendo NX Era...but are still wondering just what it's going to look like. Also, they...

Batteries Not Included | Amazon and Small Businesses

This week's episode features Amazon trying to do right by smaller businesses that they otherwise might have snuffed out, while Japan tries to do...

Batteries Not Included | Are problems with “Mass Effect Andromeda” part of a bigger...

The gaming community is upset over the release of Mass Effect Andromeda, the latest in a line of big-name video games launching with some...

Batteries Not Included | How the next SCOTUS pick could impact your digital privacy

The next person to join the Supreme Court could have a big impact on how your rights are interpreted when it comes to technology...

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