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Batteries Not Included | Tech to help you keep those New Year’s Resolutions

So you decided to lose weight, save more money, or just be a nicer person... too bad 80% of New Year's Resolutions are "failed"...

Batteries Not Included | When to give your kids a smartphone

This week, Darrin takes a look at the trend of giving kids as young as 8 a smartphone, and whether or not that's a...

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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | The iPhone XS costs HOW MUCH?

This week, Darrin complains about the pricing of the next line of iPhones, and about how NBA 2K19 treated Fort Wayne, before relaxing with...

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 | Trump vs Google

This week, Darrin looks at President Trump's claims that Google is skewing search results against conservative news sites, and tests that theory. Also, a reminder...

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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | 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...

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