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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 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 | How genealogy tech helps solve crimes

The arrest earlier this week of a Grabill man for a 30-year cold case has led to more attention being paid to DNA and...

Batteries Not Included Episode 4: Pokemon turns 20!

Tom and Kale are joined once again by Justin to celebrate the 20th birthday of Pokemon...along with the fact that Pikachu can almost legally...

Batteries Not Included | Net Neutrality is Back, and Gaming for Everyone

This week, Darrin looks at a Senate vote that breathes new life into the Net Neutrality debate, looks at some surprising stats on Facebook's...

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 | 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 Episode 10: Reshooting and Reimagining

In this episode, Tom and Kale discuss a baffling move to reshoot Suicide Squad just four months away from release and also wonder just...

Batteries Not Included | Extra Life and extra-expensive phones

This week we talk about the annual Extra Life event, which sees gamers raise money for Children's Miracle Network hospitals nationwide. To support Darrin's fundraising...

Batteries Not Included Episode 23: Play Anywhere in a Flash

This week, Tom and Kale hail Microsoft's Play Anywhere program while also applauding Bethesda's policy on remastered games. And Tom discusses whether speed running...

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 | 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 | Interview: Nicholas Horbaczewski, Drone Racing League

This week, Darrin looks at how Facebook is making things easier for ISIS, interviews the CEO of the Drone Racing League (more details on...

Batteries Not Included Episode 6: NintenD’OH!

Download this episode (right click and save) In this episode, Tom and Kale discuss the maddening tendencies of Nintendo. They also rejoice over the imminent...

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 Episode 17: Microtransations and mild expectations

In this episode, Tom and Kale discuss the effects microtransactions have on the gaming industry as Overwatch is released, a full-priced game with microtransactions....

Batteries Not Included | Protecting your router from Russian Hackers

Yes, you read that right... a new report says Russian hackers have been using unsecured or outdated wireless routers to grab your information and...

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 | And the Oscar goes to…

This week, Darrin talks about the changes to the Academy Awards, how Ford is helping turn their employees into cyborgs, and why you're pronouncing...

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...

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