Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Batteries Not Included | MIT is reading your mind, and Facebook is reading your...

On this week's episode, we delve more into Facebook's continued problems, take a look at a device created by MIT that can take "subvocal"...

Batteries Not Included | Is “Gaming Disorder” real?

This week, Darrin looks at the World Health Organization's announcement that Gaming Disorder is not only a serious mental health condition but also that...

Batteries Not Included | Nintendo Switch Review

This week, Darrin gets his hands on the Nintendo Switch, the newest gaming console from Nintendo. It launches on March 3rd and costs $300......

Batteries Not Included | Xbox Scorpio: are consumers ready?

This week, Darrin divulges the details on Microsoft's next gaming console, the Scorpio, and why it might be a bit too early - and...

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 | 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 | 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 Episode 29: Small Companies, Big Dreams

This week, Tom explores the issues that Pokemon Go and No Man's Sky have had since launch and wonders if we're being too hard...

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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | 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: The Ol’ Switcheroo

The Batteries Not Included podcast is back, with a new host but the same focus as before: movies, TV, tech, and video games. This week,...

Batteries Not Included | Mergers and “alternative” cell phone plans

This week, Darrin takes a look at cell phone plans by lesser-known carriers to see if you can save some money by not going...

Batteries Not Included Episode 3: Deadpool and a new era of movies?

Tom and Kale review and discuss Deadpool and, perhaps more importantly, if we got a glimpse at superhero movies to come. They also discuss why...

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 | FCC Failures, Foibles and Feats

This week, it's all about the FCC, as Darrin looks at an ongoing scandal, some scathing words from an outgoing commissioner, and some positive...

Batteries Not Included Episode 11: The Dark Side of Final Fantasy VII

Tom and Kale discuss whether the Final Fantasy 7 remake will be overkill or much-needed justice to the classic game. They also take a...

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...

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