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    Episode 22: Bigger, Fatter, and Fully Stuffed

    Google Pixel revenue is up, battery tech breakthroughs, Reddit has a child for a CEO, Nintendo partners with Universal Studios but still makes boneheaded decisions about the NES Classic Edition, Final Fantasy XV sales skyrocket, everyone can now have a questionably reliable self-driving car, watching Netflix in offline mode, auto dealers “under attack” by Tesla, Amazon cuts incentivized reviews, and the Internet Archive moves to Canada to avoid repeating that whole Library of Alexandria incident.

    We hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving. Sit back, loosen your pants, and listen to another episode. 

    Music by PacDV.com.

    Nathan Wertzhttps://www.ThisAndThatTech.com
    Self-proclaimed Internet Sensation and owner of ThisAndThatTech.com. You may have also seen him spearheading the "Vets in Tech" interview series over at Military.com.

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