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On this week’s podcast: hacking our oral hygiene with technology, and hacking espresso with science.
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This week, the hosts debate whether one wheel is better than two, and whether a few buttons on a smartphone is better than none at all.
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The Gadget Lab crew highlights their favorite things from this year, and then points ahead.
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Alex Davies helps us unpack the latest Tesla developments, and we share our favorite travel trips.
Former Facebook executive Chris Cox talks about his 13 years at Facebook and who he’s working with now.
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