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Robocop Ran DOS by Patrick Miller, PC World
PC World News  ISBN/ITEM#: CM100716ROBOCOP
Date: 16 July 2010

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How they could compile a list of "Stupid Movie Tech Moments" and include an obscure film titled Strike Back (released in 2010), yet ignore Jeff Goldblum's masterful keyboard work on an Apple laptop in 1996's Independence Day is beyond us.

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Stupid Movie Tech Moments

Virtually no sci-fi or action flick these days is complete without a computer scene showing a few screens of mysterious scrolling text and a 3D wire-frame model. But where does this vaguely tech-looking stuff come from? Well, more often than not, it comes from a Website, app, or startup screen from the real world at the time the movie was made. Read on for some of the most unexpected tech cameos in movies.

(Source: PC World)

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