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Category: TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

  • A. Datum Corporation
  • AirDream
    • Mr. Robot 2015 TV Series
      • Many AirDream client facilities deploy modern building automation systems that offer a wide range of smart building usage capabilities. These include, but are not limited to, data monitoring, energy–saving applications, optimal start/stop relays, electrical load–release, and demand–limiting conditional logic systems. Seen in episode 8
  • Altimit Corporation
    • .hack 2002 Video Games
      • The company behind ALTIMIT OS, the operating system to become the worldwide standard in all networks and devices.
  • Antenna Research
    • eXistenZ 1999 Film
      • Video game company that makes the new video game eXistenZ, designed by Allegra Geller.
  • Apex Technology
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • Dunder Mifflin customer with female employee named Gina that whose name Dwight apparently mispronounced "gy-na". (Season 9 episode The Whale)
  • Apex Venture
    • Recursion 2019 Literature
      • Technology company founded by one of Helena's fellow researchers in an alternate timeline.
  • Applied Synergetics Inc.
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • When Bob wakes up, he is now the property of Applied Synergetics Inc which is in economic competition with Total Cyber Systems to supply robotic servants to society.
  • The Argos Initiative
    • Westworld 2015 TV Series
      • Start-up company looking for investors that meets with Logan (Season 2 episode Reunion)
  • Arkangel
    • Black Mirror 2011 TV Series
      • Company that creates an implantable chip that allows parents to monitor their children's activities and location and much, much more (Season 4 episode Arkangel)
  • Asano Robotics
    • Daredevil 2015 TV Series
      • Robotics corporation and the Japanese branch of Roxxon Corporation. (Season 2 episode Kinbaku)
  • Awesome Computers
  • Barrytron Limited
    • Breakfast Of Champions 1973 Literature
      • Here is where Dwayne got the money to buy the agency: He borrowed it from the Midland County National Bank. For collateral, he put up stock he owned in a company which was then called The Midland City Ordnance Company. It later became Barrytron, Limited. When Dwayne first got the stock, in the depths of the Great Depression, the company was called The Robo-Magic Corporation of America.
  • Beverly Hills Ballet Company
  • Biogene
    • Python 2000 Film
      • The company that engineered the mutant python that could go 50 miles per hour, resist anti-tank weapons and had a voracious appetite for human flesh.
  • Bionyne Industries
  • Biosyn
    • Jurassic Park 1990 Literature
      • Biosyn was a genetics company similar to InGen. The main building of the corporation stood in Cupertino, California. The company is known to steal ideas from other scientists. It is known as the only bio-tech company which employs more lawyers than scientists. Also known as Genetic Biosyn Corporation.
  • BlackApple
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • a.k.a. Blapple. "Only old people call it BlackApple.” 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. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time) Fox, the new tech expert, uses a BlackApple laptop. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
  • Bold Futura
    • 10 Cloverfield Lane 2016 Film
      • Subsidiary of the Tagruato company: Bold Futura is the contractor sector of our company principally engaged in the conception, design, manufacture and integration of advanced technology products. Our engineering technology is the most superior of its kind. A machine made with Bold Futura parts works where others fall to pieces. A vehicle made with Bold Futura equipment will travel where others cannot reach. Our unique ability to function in areas of severe temperature or pressure can have desirable implications for our clients. In the past, Bold Futura has partnered with military organizations, space exploration institutions, and arms manufacturers. Confidentiality is the first pillar of Bold Futura. We keep the identities, orders, and intentions of our patrons strictly to ourselves."
  • C-Systems Research
    • Chain Reaction 1996 Film
      • Paul Shannon's (Morgan Freeman) company. Used to be a government run facility - not supposed to exist anymore.
  • Carreon Technologies
    • Limitless 2015 TV Series
      • Company that develops the wireless technology used in the futuristic robot arms in episode 10
  • Carrot
    • Zootopia 2016 Animated Film
      • Judy's phone (On the back of her phone is a carrot with a bite taken out of it like the Apple logo)
  • Cathedral Software
  • Catobatech
    • Maniac 2018 TV Series
      • Matchbook Annie opens sitting at the top of the stairs of the mansion (Episode 5 Exactly Like You)
  • Clobirch Industries
    • Unnatural 2015 Film
      • A morally ambiguous corporation that experiments with genetic modification resulting in the creation of a man hunting creature.
  • Cobolt
    • Upgrade 2018 Film
      • Company that Asha works for that builds robotic limbs for wounded soldiers
  • ConSec Corporation
    • Scanners 1981 Film
      • Defense and security company which deals in weaponry and private armies.
  • Consolidated Robots
  • Control Data
    • They Live 1988 Film
      • The name of the technology company advertised on billboard that actually reads "Obey" when Nada is wearing his magic sunglasses. "We're creating the transparent computing environment"
  • Corridor Video
    • It 1986 Literature
      • Where Stanley gets a job paying $30k/year in Atlanta, Georgia
  • Cortical Systematics
    • eXistenZ 1999 Film
      • Video game company. "The latest and the hottest. Not just a new game, but a new system."
  • D Wave
    • Continuum 2012 TV Series
      • Company where a quantum computer valued at $10 million was stolen in Season 4 Episode 4
  • Data Analysis Solution
    • The OA 2016 TV Series
      • Company where private detective Karim Washington's information contact Mo works. (Season 2 episode Nina Azarova)
  • Derain Associates
    • Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? 1982 Literature
      • On tile stage Luba Luft sang, and he found himself surprised at the quality of her voice; it rated with that of the best, even that of notables in his collection of historic tapes. The Rosen Associaion built her well, he had to admit. And again he perceived himself sub specie aeternitatis, the formdestroyer called forth by what he heard and saw here. Perhaps the better she functions, the better a singer she is, the more I am needed. If the androids had remained substandard, like the ancient q-40s made by Derain Associates — there would be no problem and no need of my skill. I wonder when I should do it, he asked himself. As soon as possible, probably. At the end of the rehearsal when she goes to her dressing room.
  • Devon Corporation
    • Pokémon 1997 Anime Series
      • responsible for making the Fossil Reviving Machine, Pokemon Talking Machine, Pokemon Dreaming Machine & Pokenav. From Pokemon video games
  • Digital Matrix
    • Looker 1981 Film
      • Research firm that rates advertising models using a scoring system to measure the combined visual impact of various physical attributes in television commercials, and creates computer-generated actors that have hypnotic eyes that cause viewers to fall into a trance so that they would be receptive to whatever message the producers want to communicate through the TV commercials.
  • Dr. E. Brown Enterprises
  • E Com-Con Computer Corporations
  • Electronic, Inc.
  • Encom
  • Eve's Mother
    • Limitless 2015 TV Series
      • Shell company that owns the company that manufactures the futuristic robot arms in episode 10.
  • Fabrikam, Inc.
  • Future Man
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • In the alternate timeline where Josh is named Joosh, but goes by the name "JFUTZ”, JFUTZ is the founder of a robotics company called Future Man. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
  • Gattaca Aerospace Corporation
  • Gen-U-Tech
    • Gargoyles 1994 Animated Series
      • Technology company owned by Xanatos that creates hybrid human and animal gargoyles. (Season 2 Metamorphosis)
  • GenCorp
    • Time Chasers 1994 Film
      • The company that abuses Nick's time travel technology, creating a dystopian future.
  • GeneConnexion
    • Orphan Black 2013 TV Series
      • Biotech research owned by The Brightborn Group, as well as the company that Felix used to find his bio-sister (Season 4)
  • The General Electronics Corporation
  • General Synthetics
    • Stranger In A Strange Land 1961 Literature
      • Technology company that Caxton mentions. "When I was working on the General Synthetics bribery scandals I never slept twice in the same place and ate nothing but packaged food I had bought myself."
  • Generul Electronics
  • Genomex
    • Mutant X 2001 TV Series
      • Carried out a series of illegal and immoral experiments on human subjects, forever altering the DNA of any children they might have, to make them mutations from the norm.
  • Gray Matter Technologies
    • Breaking Bad 2008 TV Series
      • Company where Walt used to work with his former partner Elliott Schwartz. (Season 1 episode Gray Matter)
  • Gryzzl
    • Parks And Recreation 2009 TV Series
      • Tech company. The cloud for your cloud. Ben plays a game of The Cones of Dunshire with them to get free wi-fi for the city of Pawnee. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
  • Halcydonia Interactive
  • Hank Aleno Software, Inc.
    • Simone 2002 Film
      • From the end credits: "Simone wishes to thank the following for their contribution too the making of the Simone" Stylized as: HANK ALEN0 S0FTWARE, 1NC.
  • Hawthorne Gaming Technologies
  • Hyper Stealth
    • Continuum 2012 TV Series
      • From episode Minute of Silence. Tech company parkour guy steals active camouflage suit from.
  • Hyperdine Systems
  • IDK Technologies
    • Limitless 2015 TV Series
      • The FBI agent Ray Dixon that was killed was being considered for the CEO job at IDK Technologies in episode 3
  • Incite Inc.
    • Westworld 2015 TV Series
      • Data collection and analysis company that watches and analyzes human subjects, controlled by an advanced AI called Rehoboam. (Season 3 episode Parce Domine)
  • InfoSec
    • Mr. Robot 2015 TV Series
      • Technology company Elliot tells Darlene he was fired from after destroying all the servers in the server room in Season 2 episode 3.
  • InGen
    • Jurassic Park 1990 Literature
      • Hammond's technology corporation. Builder of Jurassic Park. Also referred to as International Genetics Incorporated, International Genetic Technologies, International Genetic Technologies Incorporated and the InGen Corporation.
  • Innovative Online Industries
  • Integrated Computer Systems, Inc.
  • Intercept
    • Fortune Hunter 1994 TV Series
      • Former British agent Carlton Dial now works for a private corporation called Intercept, which is in the business of recovering stolen property. Dial uses the latest in technological gadgetry to complete his missions.
  • International Electromatics
    • Doctor Who 1963 TV Series
      • Front for the Cyberman invasion in the 1968 Doctor Who serial The Invasion. Also a front for the Cybus Corporation in the 2006 episode Rise of the Cybermen.
  • Interslice
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • When Homer's looking for a name for his new high tech company: "That's why I need a name that's cutting-edge, like CutCo, EdgeCom, Interslice." (Season 9 episode Das Bus)
  • Ion
    • Recursion 2019 Literature
      • In a timeline that no longer exists, Helena was leading an R&D group for a company in San Francisco called Ion when she and Slade met for the first time.
  • IPT Lab
    • Reset 2017 Film
      • Technology leaders in the field of parallel universes research, located on Eagle Isle.
  • JammyPOW
    • Community 2009 TV Series
      • App development company from season 5 episode 8 App Development and Condiments. Makes of the Meow Meow Beenz mobile app.
  • Kavala Data Filters
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • Tenant listed on The Schrute Building, a.k.a. the building formerly known as the Scranton Business Park (Season 7 episode Search Committee)
  • Kensitron
    • Orphan Black 2013 TV Series
      • According to Cal, one of several companies involved in a plot to change biogenetic patent law. Cal: "The DYAD group has these key people on dozens of corporate boards, you know. I'm talking super PACs and research groups and lobbyists. All a concerted effort to try and effect biogenetic patent law." (Season 2 episode By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried)
  • Magnubon Computer Systems
  • Massive Dynamic
    • Fringe 2008 TV Series
      • Multi-billion-dollar corporation responsible for development and production in a variety of different areas. What do we do? What don't we do?
  • Media Tronics
    • Prey 2007 Film
      • Where Jack Forman used to work, but was fired for discovering an internal scandal.
  • MetaCortex
    • The Matrix 1999 Film
      • The establishing shot of Neo's building shows his company name as Metacortex. A plaque inside the building where Neo works also lists the company he works for as Meta Cortechs.
  • NERV
    • Neon Genesis Evangelion 1995 Anime Series
      • NERV, founded by Gendo Rokubungi (who later took his wife's name Ikari), is the military-like corp. that created the Evangelion units to protect Earth from the attacking angels of destruction.
  • Nexus Corporation
    • Reset 2017 Film
      • Technology leaders in the field of parallel universes research, located on Blue Isle.
  • Novacom Broadcasting
    • Adventures In Odyssey 1987 Radio
      • When Novacom Broadcasting moves in to the town of Odyssey, they gives every impression of being a family-friendly company—until strange things begin to happen.
  • O.S.I.R. (the Office Of Scientific Investigation And Research)
    • Psi Factor: Chronicles Of The Paranormal 1996 TV Series
      • A private organization which investigates the usual scientific stuff in medicine, weapons and the weather but also, but also researches, experiments, investigates and assesses all types of paranormal phenomena, anomalies and unusual experiences and situations all over the world, including: haunt and poltergeist phenomena, UFO encounters of every type, cryptozoological phenomena, possessions and exorcisms, psi phenomena (i.e. near death experiences, clairvoyance's, astral projection, reincarnation, telepathy) and anomalies of every kind including rare geophysical phenomena.
  • Oguchi Microsystems
  • Oklasoft
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Oklahoma's fastest growing software company, one of the suggestions for Marge's investment group The Investorettes to invest in. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
  • Omnibro
    • Idiocracy 2006 Film
      • Computer.cash register brand in the stupid future - seen at hospital and prison.
  • Orbital Dynamics
  • Pace Electronics
    • Seinfeld 1989 TV Series
      • Electronics store that shares a bathroom with Rick Barr Properties, the real estate company where George works. (Season 2 episode The Revenge)
  • Panwest Biometrics
    • Parallels 2015 Film
      • Tech company on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits. Manufactures the biometric scanners on the Crombie Mobile food truck.
  • Parallax
    • 2064: Read Only Memories 2015 Video Games
      • Technology company Parallax creates a line of robots called Relationship and Organizational Managers, or ROMs, personal assistant robots that overtake the smartphone and computer markets.
  • Parnell Aerospace
  • People's Computer Inc.
  • The Pinehearst Company
  • Prometheus Innovation
    • Paradox 2009 TV Series
      • Images that appear to show future catastrophic events are being broadcast to astrophysicist Dr. Christian King via the Prometheus Innovation Satellite Network. (Season 1 episode 1)
  • Protovision
    • War Games 1983 Film
      • "You will have to wait until next Christmas for the best kept secret in the world of computer games... Things will never be the same. A quantum leap in computer games from Protovision."
  • Putney and Myers
    • Primer 2004 Film
      • Company Abe mentions when calling Thomas Granger: "This is James Miller from Putney and Myers."
    • WHIH News Front 2015 TV Series
      • Ticker message: Pym Technologies CEO Darren Cross says "astonishing" new venture coming this week (WHIH EXCLUSIVE: Scott Lang Interview)
  • Q Net
    • Departure 2016 Literature
      • a.k.a. Quantum Network. Startup that Shaw and Stone invest in and revolutionize the internet - creating instantaneous data connectivity around the world using Quantum Entanglement.
  • QT Corporation
    • Clockstoppers 2002 Film
      • Private corporation that receives funding from the NSA to develop hypertime technology.
  • Rand Systems
    • Recursion 2019 Literature
      • Technology corporation included in DARPA's meeting to establish a new time travel program capable of undoing human misery.
  • Red Leaf
    • The Hunter 2011 Film
      • Mercenary Martin David is hired by military biotech company Red Leaf to go to Tasmania and gather samples of the Tasmanian tiger, with further instructions to kill all remaining tigers to ensure no competing organization will get their DNA.
  • The Red Scare
  • Rekall
    • Total Recall 2070 1999 TV Series
      • Member of the Consortium. Information technology powerhouse of the 21st century. Rekall also provides the Operating Systems for the Androids manufactured by Uber Braun.
  • The Rocket Corporation
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • "Guess I showed them, by God!" cried Sam. "I'll report to the Rocket Corporation. They'll give me protection! I'm pretty quick." (Chapter: The Off Season)
  • SaitoGemu
    • Black Mirror 2011 TV Series
      • Company Cooper finds through the OddJobs app - thrill seekers wanted for a video game play test (Season 3 episode Playtest) Social media app hashtag references.(Season 5 episode Smithereens) Company mentioned on the USN news ticker:"SaitoGemu shares jump on Striking Vipers release" (Season 5 episode Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too)
  • Schnoodle
  • Science Frontiers
    • V 1984 TV Series
      • The company responsible for mass production of the Red Dust
  • Sentex
    • Eureka 2006 TV Series
      • Henry mentions that Walter's tachyon accelerator has to be a stolen Sentex prototype (Pilot episode).
  • Seymour-Cobb Genetics Corp.
    • Aliens 1986 Film
      • According to Arthur Dallas' crew member profile on the screen behind Ellen Ripley during the inquiry scene on Gateway Station, Dallas oversaw a crew of 8 transporting bio-plasmic spores for Seymour-Cobb Genetics Corp.
  • Sienar Fleet Systems
  • Sigmoto
    • Side Life 2018 Literature
      • Software and data aggregator company that Vin started, that pushed him out, makes of decision turbines.
  • Sinnesloschen Software
    • Dimension 404 2017 TV Series
      • Software company behind the video game Polybius where Wilma used to work, where 17 people were found dead in Sunnyvale, California in the summer of 1978. (Season 1 episode Polybius)
  • SiNtek
    • SiN 1998 Video Games
      • A large multi-national biotechnology corporation specializing in medical and chemical research, owned by the beautiful and charismatic Elexis Sinclaire.
  • Smartelligence
  • Spectacular Optical
    • Videodrome 1983 Film
      • Consumer eyewear, missile guidance systems, and zero light sighting systems.
  • Stanley Tech
    • Parallel 2018 Film
      • When the gang brings in the new Josh from an alternate universe, Noel gets him a job at technology company Stanley Tech.
  • Starkware
    • NewsRadio 1995 TV Series
      • Mr. James has a meeting with computer whiz nerd billionaire Eric Stark, owner of software company Starkware, which triggers his extreme fear of hippies. (Season 5 episode Hair)
  • Synedyne Corporation
  • Synergy
    • Flux 2019 Literature
      • Research company conducting mysterious experiments, where Owen works as a security guard.
  • Tatsuo Technology
  • TCKR Systems
    • Black Mirror 2011 TV Series
      • Technology company (Season 3 episode San Junipero, Season 4 episode Black Museum) Video game company that makes Striking Vipers. (Season 5 episode Striking Vipers)
  • Tektel Systems
  • Tendyne Systems
    • Continuum 2012 TV Series
      • From episode "Game Time": Technology company that specializes in massively multi-player first-person shooters and real time combat simulations.
  • Tetravaal Biosecurity
    • District 9 2009 Film
      • There's a Tetravaal Biosecurity sign at the entrance to Bio-lab 01. Tetravaal also featured in Chappie as Tetravaal Tactical Robotics Ltd.
  • Tetravaal Tactical Robotics Ltd.
    • Chappie 2015 Film
      • A Private Military Contractor, weapons manufacturer. Tetravaal also featured in District 9 as Tetravaal Biosecurity.
  • Throckmorton
    • Exhibit Piece 1954 Literature
      • Business account that George Miller manages for the United Electronics Supply Company in the past world of the museum exhibit simulation.
  • Tiovola
    • Limitless 2015 TV Series
      • Tiovola is the company that used to pay Johan Makinin to kill people for Ramos in episode 3
  • Total Cyber Systems
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • When Bob wakes up, he is now the property of Applied Synergetics Inc which is in economic competition with Total Cyber Systems to supply robotic servants to society.
  • Totorola
  • Trans-Solar Products
    • Sales Pitch 1954 Literature
      • Technology company. Ed Morris is bombarded by various ads on his daily commute home to Earth in the Ganymede-Terra lanes. "Trans-Solar Products greets you!" an immense voice boomed in his ear. Morris groaned and hunched down in his seat. He was getting near Terra; the barrage was increasing.
  • Trey Research Inc.
  • Tuckersoft
    • Black Mirror 2011 TV Series
      • Video game development company. (Black Mirror: Bandersnatch) According to the fake company website that Netflix used to promote the show: "Tuckersoft was a gaming development company that took the world by storm in the 1980s. They were an absolute hit factory, with their owner famously referring to the firm as the 'Motown of Gaming.' Their success was driven by industry superstars Colin Ritman (Metl Hedd, Nohzdyve) and Stefan Butler (Bandersnatch)." Based on the British video game developer Imagine Software, though the logo more resembles Sega.
  • U-GIN Genetics Infinite, R&D
  • United Electronics Supply
    • Exhibit Piece 1954 Literature
      • Company that provides equipment to large companies such as General Electric, where future historian George Miller works in the past world of the museum exhibit simulation.
  • VA Industries
    • Singularity 2017 Film
      • The company that revolutionized robotics, built the first artificial intelligence, which ultimately destroyed human civilization.
  • Variable Dynamics
  • Vault-Tec Technologies
    • Fallout 1997 Video Games
      • government contractor, mainly known for the planning, development and construction of Vaults
  • VectorComp Software
  • Vectrocon
  • VirtuGood Technologies
  • Vista Corp
    • Ant-Man 2015 Film
      • Company where Scott used to work. They were overcharging their customers. Scott blew the whistle and got fired, so he hacked into the security system and transferred millions back to the people it was stolen from, and posted all the bank records online. he also drove the owner's Bentley into his swimming pool.
  • VistaCorp
    • WHIH News Front 2015 TV Series
      • International cybersecurity and data storage conglomerate based in San Francisco (WHIH EXCLUSIVE: Scott Lang Interview)
  • Vitala Electronics Corporation
  • Wattz Electronics Corp.
  • Westbrook Electronics
    • UFO 1970 TV Series
      • Electronics company destroyed by a UFO (Episode 1 Identified)
  • Wewt Games
    • Why Him? 2016 Film
      • Video game production company, and one of Laird's competitors
  • Whipple Scientific
    • The Twilight Zone 2019 TV Series
      • Sponsor of the Ice Shelf Depletion Investigation and Antarctic New Species Project, taking place at the NyBy Science Station. (Season 2 episode 8)
  • Wolf Industries
    • The X-Files 1993 TV Series
      • episode Fallen Angel. Wolf Industries provides surviellence equipment to the CIA.. . Max Fenig was able to get ahold of some of the equipment as well.
  • Wonder Circuits Inc.
    • Sales Pitch 1954 Literature
      • Technology company. Ed Morris is bombarded by various ads on his daily commute home to Earth in the Ganymede-Terra lanes. "You, mister wage-earner!" it shouted into the eyes and ears, noses and throats, of a thousand weary commuters. "Tired of the same old job? Wonder Circuits Inc. has perfected a marvelous long-range thoughtwave scanner. Know what others are thinking and saying. Get the edge on fellow employees. Learn facts, figures about your employer's personal existence. Banish uncertainty!"
  • X-S Tech
    • Disney Parks, Experiences And Products, Inc. 1971 Other
      • The Galaxy's leader in high technology, specializing in hyperspatial transport, genetic engineering, cybernetics, and terraforming in Disneyworld's ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter (from the Tomorrowland section of the Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World Resort).
  • Xantrex
    • Parallels 2015 Film
      • Electronics company on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.
  • Xymos Technology
    • Prey 2007 Film
      • Nanorobotics company where Jack's wife Julia works.
  • Yoyodyne
    • Buckaroo Banzai 1984 Film
      • a.k.a. Yoyodyne Propulsion Systems. Defense contractor, front for a group of red Lectroid aliens that landed in New Jersey in 1938, using the panic created by Orson Welles' War of the Worlds radio play as cover. "The future begins tomorrow".
  • Zerocell Technology
    • Parallels 2015 Film
      • Tech company on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.

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