Wednesday, December 8, 2021

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 | A computer for your eyes

This week, Darrin takes a look at Vaunt, a new wearable device from Intel that beams your smartphone directly into your eyes. Using lasers. Got...

Batteries Not Included | How drones could save our forests

This week, Darrin talks about a new initiative to have drones plant trees, which could help humanity counter the 6-billion deficit between how many...

Batteries Not Included | Nintendo’s crazy cardboard idea

Nintendo has announced "LABO," a series of DIY kits that allow kids - and the young at heart - to assemble some creative and...

Batteries Not Included | Apple’s Tax and Job plans

This week, Darrin talks about Apple's plans to create thousands of jobs (yay!) and repay millions of dollars worth of taxes that they've avoided...

Batteries Not Included | CES 2018

The annual Consumer Electronics Show is taking place this week in Las Vegas. Darrin has already found three gadgets he can't live without... or...

Batteries Not Included | iLawsuit

This week, Darrin looks at a lawsuit that has popped up after Apple admitted they slowed down older models of the iPhone whenever they...

Batteries Not Included | Best video games of 2017

Darrin's a big fan of video games, so he dedicated three podcast entries toward the video games that he felt were the best of...

Batteries Not Included | Star Wars vs “Microtransactions”

This week, Darrin takes a look at what is seemingly a good Star Wars game, given a terrible reputation by a choice made by...

Batteries Not Included | 2017 Gift Guide

It's almost time to start shopping for the holidays, but perhaps you don't know just what to get the tech-loving people in your life. Luckily,...

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 | 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 | 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 | 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 | Equifax hacked, Nintendo sued, and how you helped CMN

This week's episode of Batteries Not Included covers the recent hack of Equifax customer data, and how you can find out if you're affected,...

Batteries Not Included | AtGames’ Yada Khoongumjorn

AtGames is a company that's been dedicated to bringing back the video games of the 1970s and 1990s, and are about to release two...

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 | 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 | Interview with Adam Toll of “Haste”

This week, Darrin interviews Adam Toll about a new startup called "Haste" that promises a way to boost PC gamers' connection speeds and provide...

Batteries Not Included | E3 2017 review

This week, we're reviewing this year's E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) event, and going over all of the big announcements. What was great? What was......

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