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    • πPhone
      • Future Man 2017 TV Series
        • Josh returns to the present to discover that his trip to the past inadvertently led to the creation of technology company BlackApple, instead of Apple, that makes the πPhone instead of the iPhone, featuring the voice of Lamar instead of Siri. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
    • ALF 1000
      • ALF 1986 TV Series
        • Mobile phone product ALF is selling on the Season 4 DVD menus. ALF: "The ALF is for me, and the 1000 is what you'll be forking over to get one." Comes with your choice of cat skins, including Calico and Siamese, a free cutlery set and ringtones, including ALF fart tones and ALF burp tones. Burp tones are ALF burping the name of your city. Extra cost for city names with a lot of syllables or starting with the letter Q.
    • ALF Push Button Phone
      • ALF 1986 TV Series
        • Item for sale on the ALF Shopping Network, from the Season 2 DVD menus. "Call your friends collect $49.99."
    • C.R.M. 114 Discriminator
      • Dr. Strangelove 1964 Film
        • Piece of critical radio equipment, the destruction of which prevents the crew of a B-52 from hearing the recall code that would stop them from dropping their hydrogen bombs on the Soviet Union.
    • CRM 114
      • Red Alert 1958 Literature
        • Piece of critical radio equipment, the destruction of which prevents the crew of a B-52 from hearing the recall code that would stop them from dropping their hydrogen bombs on the Soviet Union. Known as the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator in the film adaptation, Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
    • Electro-Thought Transferrer
      • Batman 1966 TV Series
        • Episode: The Yegg Foes in Gotham. Egghead attaches Bruce Wayne to an Electro-Thought Transferrer which will not only egg-stract Wayne's knowledge but leave him 'an empty- headed fop.'
    • EPhone 9i
    • Eye-Link
      • Black Mirror 2011 TV Series
        • Technology that enables user to transmit what they are seeing and hearing to remote connection - and receive audio (Season 2 episode White Christmas)
    • The Flag-5 Five-alarm Flagphone
      • The Tick 2016 TV Series
        • Communication device used for Flag-5 emergencies. (Season 2 episode In the Woods)
    • Gojo
      • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
        • Der's hands-free headset for his phone that he takes on his first business trip with Alice (Season 3 episode The Business Trip)
    • GUPPI
      • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
        • Bob uses a GUPPI to interact with peripheral systems. GUPPI = General Unit Primary Peripheral Interface. Eventually, GUPPI evolves into Admiral Ackbar from Star Wars in Bob's VR
    • Intergalactic Communicator
    • Interplanetary Transport Booster
      • Out Of This World 1987 TV Series
        • Evie's alien father Troy appears on Earth again via his Interplanetary Transport Booster to surprise Evie on her eighteenth birthday. Troy was transparent as a result of a malfunction in his re-materialisation unit.
    • IVC Chip
      • Robopocalypse 2011 Literature
        • IVC = Intra-Vehicular Communication chip, A chip that allows the computers on vehicles (airplanes in this instance) to speak to each other in order to avoid crashes (Part Two Chapter 3)
    • Nanex
      • Gamer 2009 Film
        • Self-replicating nanites that, by acting like brain cells, allow one person to completely sense the environment and interact with it using another person's body. Used to create the game called Society.
    • Roterende Telefoon
      • Fight Club 1999 Film
        • Rotary phone advertised on Blu-Ray menu. $3. Great for talking someone out of killing themselves or booty calls.
    • SCUT
      • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
        • Technology the Bobs develop that allow them to communicate instantly across the galaxy. SCUT = Subspace Communications Universal Tranceiver. "Instant communications up to 25 light years"
    • Shaking Hands Across The World
      • Space Force 2020 TV Series
        • Virtual hand shaking machine idea that General Naird come sup with, which Dr. Mallory is convinced will only be used for hand jobs. (Season 1 episode Edison Jaymes)
    • Speakwrite
      • 1984 1949 Literature
        • The speakwrite is a technological device in which the user of the product speaks into a microphone, and the device comprehends the language and records it.
    • Synapse
      • AntiTrust 2001 Film
        • The communications device that Gary Winston hired Milo to complete the adaptor for.
    • Vindibeacon
      • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
        • Rick and Morty version of a Bat Signal of sorts, but for the superhero team The Vindicators (Season 3 episode Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender)

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