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* Ryan Walker from Series/MechX4 uses technopathy to disrupt electronics and change information on computer screens, usually to help him and his friends get into places or escape from situations. He also uses it to pilot the giant robot MECH-X4.
27th Nov '16 5:11:55 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* Out of all the people with PsychicPowers in ''Manga/KimagureOrangeRoad'', [[YamatoNadeshiko Manami]] is implied to have this specific skill. More exactly, she shows it off when [[spoiler: she secretly erases a videotape that contains proof of her younger sister's {{telepathy}}, without touching it.]]
5th Oct '16 4:30:37 PM nombretomado
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* In ''EVEOnline'', it was originally intended for pod pilots to be able to control their ship directly with their thoughts, but most people ended up feeling sick and dizzy from using it, so they settled for a less direct (but presumably still mental) interface. There are, however, cybernetic mindlink implants that allow their user to directly interface with various parts of the ship, giving [[StatusBuff passive buffs]] to them and their party.

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* In ''EVEOnline'', it ''VideoGame/EVEOnline'':
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was originally intended for pod pilots to be able to control their ship directly with their thoughts, but most people ended up feeling sick and dizzy from using it, so they settled for a less direct (but presumably still mental) interface. There are, however, cybernetic mindlink implants that allow their user to directly interface with various parts of the ship, giving [[StatusBuff passive buffs]] to them and their party.



* Rotom is a {{Pokemon}} that can change form by taking control of household appliances, gaining a unique move with each form.

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* Rotom is a {{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} that can change form by taking control of household appliances, gaining a unique move with each form.
25th Sep '16 4:33:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* This was split into the psychic powers "Cyberkinesis" and "Cyberpathy" in the Sorcerer supplement to the OldWorldOfDarkness game ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension''.
* In the NewWorldOfDarkness,

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* This was split into the psychic powers "Cyberkinesis" and "Cyberpathy" in the Sorcerer supplement to the OldWorldOfDarkness TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness game ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension''.
* In the NewWorldOfDarkness,TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness,
22nd Sep '16 8:55:31 AM rafi
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* ''Anime/ArmitageIII'': Naomi Armitage and Julian Moore (and possibly other Thirds) as part of being robots. Armitage remote controls a crane at one point and Julian hacks a computer by plugging a cable into his chest.
* A minor character in ''Manga/BungouStrayDogs'' can control any electronic device within his field of view perfectly and at a speed multiple times faster than what can be achieved naturally, as long as he's not in physical contact with it. He also needs to be in a state of physical and mental comfort.



* ''Anime/ArmitageIII'': Naomi Armitage and Julian Moore (and possibly other Thirds) as part of being robots. Armitage remote controls a crane at one point and Julian hacks a computer by plugging a cable into his chest.
* A minor character in ''Manga/BungouStrayDogs'' can control any electronic device within his field of view perfectly and at a speed multiple times faster than what can be achieved naturally, as long as he's not in physical contact with it. He also needs to be in a state of physical and mental comfort.
22nd Sep '16 8:55:10 AM rafi
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* A minor character in ''Manga/BungouStrayDogs'' can control any electronic device within his field of view perfectly and at a speed multiple times faster than what can be achieved naturally, as long as he's not in physical contact with it. He also needs to be in a state of physical and mental comfort.



* A minor character in ''Manga/BungouStrayDogs'' can control any electronic device within his field of view perfectly and at a speed multiple times faster than what can be achieved naturally, as long as he's not in physical contact with it. He also needs to be in a state of physical and mental comfort.
22nd Sep '16 8:34:35 AM ItsCursorBby
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* A minor character in ''Manga/BungouStrayDogs'' can control any electronic device within his field of view perfectly and at a speed multiple times faster than what can be achieved naturally, as long as he's not in physical contact with it. He also needs to be in a state of physical and mental comfort.
14th Sep '16 6:01:28 AM rafi
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* In ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' Belldandy does this sort of thing all the time. Granted she is a literal goddess with power over all sorts of stuff, but she still ends up talking to machine spirits about as often as your average [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Techpriest]].
%%* Saati in ''Manga/AILoveYou''



* Lumiere and Tweedledee from ''Anime/KiddyGrade''.
* Satsuki in ''Manga/{{X1999}}''. When her super-powerful personal computer starts to get jealous, it's an issue.

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* Lumiere ''Anime/ArmitageIII'': Naomi Armitage and Tweedledee from ''Anime/KiddyGrade''.
* Satsuki in ''Manga/{{X1999}}''. When her super-powerful personal
Julian Moore (and possibly other Thirds) as part of being robots. Armitage remote controls a crane at one point and Julian hacks a computer starts to get jealous, it's an issue.by plugging a cable into his chest.
%%* Ran from ''Manga/{{Clover}}'' has this power.



* [[LittleMissSnarker Ruri]] from ''Anime/MartianSuccessorNadesico'', by design and implants.
* [[Anime/SerialExperimentsLain Lain]] manifests this power in her show's climax.
* Saati in ''Manga/AILoveYou''
* Kogarashi from ''Manga/KamenNoMaidGuy'' serves as a comedic example of this. He manages to print a crystal clear picture from a printer by ''plugging the USB cord into his ear''. Which is just silly: the human ear is an input-only channel!
* In ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', Chisame's artifact allows a mental [[EverythingIsOnline internet link]].

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* [[LittleMissSnarker Ruri]] from ''Anime/MartianSuccessorNadesico'', The Dark Sisters in the second ''VideoGame/GalaxyFrauleinYuna'' OVA had sophisticated control over machines, though since the three of them are [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot gynoids]], they might not count.
* In ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'', Guy is a technopath. Or just plain awesome. He can summon a giant mecha-lion or transformable jet-plane
by design just yelling. He even does it once while being in space without wearing a space-suit. After he becomes an Evoluder, he is able to interface with machinery and implants.
* [[Anime/SerialExperimentsLain Lain]] manifests
computers. In FINAL, he uses his powers to overcome a lock on Orbit Base's computer system, and also to pilot Phantom Gao. In his battle with Palparepa, [[spoiler: he uses it to turn Palparepa's nanomachines against him (although this power in her show's climax.
* Saati in ''Manga/AILoveYou''
* Kogarashi from ''Manga/KamenNoMaidGuy'' serves as a comedic example of this. He manages to print a crystal clear picture from a printer by ''plugging
doesn't have quite the USB cord into his ear''. Which is just silly: the human ear is an input-only channel!
* In ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', Chisame's artifact allows a mental [[EverythingIsOnline internet link]].
intended effect)]].



* In ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'', Guy is a technopath. Or just plain awesome. He can summon a giant mecha-lion or transformable jet-plane by just yelling. He even does it once while being in space without wearing a space-suit. After he becomes an Evoluder, he is able to interface with machinery and computers. In FINAL, he uses his powers to overcome a lock on Orbit Base's computer system, and also to pilot Phantom Gao. In his battle with Palparepa, [[spoiler: he uses it to turn Palparepa's nanomachines against him (although this doesn't have quite the intended effect)]].
* The Dark Sisters in the second ''VideoGame/GalaxyFrauleinYuna'' OVA had sophisticated control over machines, though since the three of them are [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot gynoids]], they might not count.
* [[Manga/AhMyGoddess Belldandy]] does this sort of thing all the time. Granted she is a literal goddess with power over all sorts of stuff, but she still ends up talking to machine spirits about as often as your average [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Techpriest]].

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* Kogarashi from ''Manga/KamenNoMaidGuy'' serves as a comedic example of this. He manages to print a crystal clear picture from a printer by ''plugging the USB cord into his ear''. Which is just silly: the human ear is an input-only channel!
%%* Lumiere and Tweedledee from ''Anime/KiddyGrade''.
* In ''Anime/GaoGaiGar'', Guy is ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', Chisame's artifact allows a technopath. Or just plain awesome. He can summon a giant mecha-lion or transformable jet-plane mental [[EverythingIsOnline internet link]].
* [[LittleMissSnarker Ruri]] from ''Anime/MartianSuccessorNadesico'',
by just yelling. He even does it once while being in space without wearing a space-suit. After he becomes an Evoluder, he is able to interface with machinery design and computers. In FINAL, he uses his powers to overcome a lock on Orbit Base's computer system, and also to pilot Phantom Gao. In his battle with Palparepa, [[spoiler: he uses it to turn Palparepa's nanomachines against him (although this doesn't have quite the intended effect)]].
* The Dark Sisters in the second ''VideoGame/GalaxyFrauleinYuna'' OVA had sophisticated control over machines, though since the three of them are [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot gynoids]], they might not count.
* [[Manga/AhMyGoddess Belldandy]] does this sort of thing all the time. Granted she is a literal goddess with power over all sorts of stuff, but she still ends up talking to machine spirits about as often as your average [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Techpriest]].
implants.



* Ran from ''Manga/{{Clover}}'' has this power.

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* Ran Lain from ''Manga/{{Clover}}'' has ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain '' manifests this power.power in her show's climax.
* Fujimaru from ''Manga/SnowWhiteAndSevenDwarfs'' is able to literally talk with machinery. [[spoiler:His full ability, when he takes off his PowerLimiter, includes being able to become a part of the machine, hijacking it altogether]].



* Fujimaru from ''Manga/SnowWhiteAndSevenDwarfs'' is able to literally talk with machinery. [[spoiler:His full ability, when he takes off his PowerLimiter, includes being able to become a part of the machine, hijacking it altogether]].
* ''Anime/ArmitageIII'': Naomi Armitage and Julian Moore (and possibly other Thirds) as part of being robots. Armitage remote controls a crane at one point and Julian hacks a computer by plugging a cable into his chest.

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* Fujimaru from ''Manga/SnowWhiteAndSevenDwarfs'' is able to literally talk with machinery. [[spoiler:His full ability, when he takes off his PowerLimiter, includes being able to become a part of the machine, hijacking it altogether]].
* ''Anime/ArmitageIII'': Naomi Armitage and Julian Moore (and possibly other Thirds) as part of being robots. Armitage remote controls a crane at one point and Julian hacks a
Satsuki in ''Manga/{{X1999}}''. When her super-powerful personal computer by plugging a cable into his chest.starts to get jealous, it's an issue.



* Network, a mutant from the X-Men books, could speak to technology and control it. The simpler the technology, the easier a time she had controlling it.
* {{Superman}} has faced off against a few:
** ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} from ''Comicbook/{{Superman}}'', and his counterpart from the ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}, Brainiac 5. In fact, this is one of Brainiac's few consistent powers, alongside his SuperIntelligence.

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* Network, a mutant from the X-Men books, could speak to technology and control it. The simpler the technology, the easier a time she had controlling it.
* {{Superman}} has faced off against a few:
Franchise/{{Superman}}:
** ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} from ''Comicbook/{{Superman}}'', and his counterpart from the ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}, Brainiac 5. In fact, this is one of Brainiac's few consistent powers, alongside his SuperIntelligence.



** Kal Kent, the Superman of the [[ComicBook/DCOneMillion 853rd Century]], has this and a long list of other powers that even Superman doesn't have.
** Jimmy Olsen of ComicBook/TheNew52 ''Comicbook/{{Earth 2}}'', known as Accountable, is able to access news feeds just by holding onto a smartphone for a few minutes.



* Mitchell Hundred from ''ComicBook/ExMachina''. Due to living in New York City, he suffered a sensory overload seconds after getting his powers and blacked out half of Manhattan by screaming "Shut up!" Afterwards, his brain readjusted -- first he could only listen to technology he touched, then he could command them, then he could interact with any machine he could see. He can control technology ranging from complex electronics to those as simple as a handgun. [[spoiler: A bow and arrow is too simple though.]]
* The MarvelUniverse has a man called the Reanimator, who can control anything electronic (such as [[HumongousMecha Sentinels]]. Uh-oh.)
** X-Men's Sage is called a cyberpath, and her brain operates like a computer, but she doesn't seem to be able to communicate with machines on her own. She's got a spiffy command center and lives in an EverythingIsOnline universe. She's recently gotten CoolShades which contain a wireless link to computers.
** Now thanks to {{Nanomachines}}, IronMan can directly interface with most digital technology ''using only his mind.'' Still, it gets some getting used to, as [[spoiler: people start thinking he's schizophrenic because he's suffering from a form of 'information overflow' and can't turn it off. Though his hallucinations do come in handy with regards to the plot.]]
** ComicBook/{{Cable}} from ComicBook/XMen
** Tom Skylark in Creator/GrantMorrison's "Here Comes Tomorrow" is a mutant technopath who is able to make friends with a mutant-hunting robot.

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* Mitchell Hundred from ''ComicBook/ExMachina''. Due ComicBook/CaptainAtom had the ability to living telepathically link to and access computers and telecomunnication networks, which makes sense, since his power set includes the ability to manipulate matter and energy in New York City, he suffered a sensory overload seconds after getting theoretically limitless ways. We only ever see him use this aspect of his abilities much in ''ComicBook/CaptainAtom: Armageddon''. Interestingly, the Silver Shield, the being Cap got his powers and blacked out half of Manhattan by screaming "Shut up!" Afterwards, his brain readjusted -- from in the first he place, had the ability to communicate telepathically with human beings, so it stands to reason that Cap could only listen do so also, although he never seems to technology he touched, then he could command them, then he could interact with any machine he could see. He can control technology ranging from complex electronics to those as simple as a handgun. [[spoiler: A bow and arrow is too simple though.]]
have figured out how.

!!!Marvel
* The MarvelUniverse has a man called the Reanimator, who can control anything electronic (such as [[HumongousMecha Sentinels]]. Uh-oh.)
** X-Men's Sage is called a cyberpath, and her brain operates like a computer, but she doesn't seem to be able to communicate with machines on her own. She's got a spiffy command center and lives in an EverythingIsOnline universe. She's recently gotten CoolShades which contain a wireless link to computers.
** Now thanks
* Thanks to {{Nanomachines}}, IronMan ComicBook/IronMan can directly interface with most digital technology ''using only his mind.'' Still, it gets some getting used to, as [[spoiler: people start thinking he's schizophrenic because he's suffering from a form of 'information overflow' and can't turn it off. Though his hallucinations do come in handy with regards to the plot.]]
** ComicBook/{{Cable}} from ComicBook/XMen
Not more after Secret Invasion where basically reset his mind.
* ComicBoob/XMen
** Tom Skylark in Creator/GrantMorrison's "Here Comes Tomorrow" is a mutant technopath who is able to make friends with a mutant-hunting robot.ComicBook/{{Cable}}.



** Madison Jeffries, formerly of ComicBook/AlphaFlight and now a new recruit of the [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} X-Club]] can reshape metal, plastic and glass at will, often by talking to it.



** Minor character Cybermancer (Suzi Endo) had these powers. She was heavily involved in ''The Crossing'', an infamous ContinuitySnarl, until she was RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap as ComicBook/WarMachine's technical advisor.
** Comicbook/AvengersArena has [[spoiler: Apex, and her twin brother Tim who are technopaths.]]
** The 3rd Loki exhibited technomantic affinity in their [[ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard solo series]], of course in this case this means actual magic. We don't know exactly how they do it, but they claimed that it's easy because ''technology is very gullible'' so it might involve [[ConsummateLiar lying]]. There is even a possible future version of Loki who evolved into a ContagiousAI.
* Shortly after getting lightning power, Will from ''Comicbook/{{WITCH}}'' gains the ability to talk to machines.
** And finds out that the Computer and the Printer are [[CargoShip married]]. Also, her mobile is a prick.
* [[ComicBook/{{Planetary}} The Drummer]] has nebulous powers related to "information flow", which apparently include sensing magic (the "cheat codes of the universe"), but he's usually employed as a super-hacker and living Electronic Counter-Measures device (disrupting security systems, monitoring or jamming enemy communications and such.) Oh, and [[CloudCuckooLander he's nuts.]]
* Willow the cybernetic telepath from the comic ''{{ComicBook/Dreadstar}}''. (Unusually, she is also a conventional telepath.)
* The Iron Queen from ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'' is the only known surviving user of the ancient art of Magitek, which allows her to control robotics and cybernetics (including ArtificialLimbs) through mystical powers. There seems to be a limit to her powers, though; she supposedly cannot control the implants of [[MachineWorship the Dark Legion]], for example (according to her, they're too complex for her to manipulate, despite being created by the same MadScientist that created the cybernetics of her other victims).
* Very minor example: from {{Transmetropolitan}}, the "weird-looking fucker" communicates with his children via electrical signals. This might have been Spider just generalizing it, but...
* Kal Kent, the Superman of the [[ComicBook/DCOneMillion 853rd Century]], has this and a long list of other powers that even Superman doesn't have.
* Qubit from ''ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}''.

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** Network, a mutant that could speak to technology and control it. The simpler the technology, the easier a time she had controlling it.
** Subverted with Sage. She is called a cyberpath, and her brain operates like a computer, but she doesn't seem to be able to communicate with machines on her own. She's got a spiffy command center and lives in an EverythingIsOnline universe. She's recently gotten CoolShades which contain a wireless link to computers.
** Tom Skylark in Creator/GrantMorrison's "Here Comes Tomorrow" is a mutant technopath who is able to make friends with a mutant-hunting robot.
** Madison Jeffries, formerly of ComicBook/AlphaFlight and now a new recruit of the [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} X-Club]] can reshape metal, plastic and glass at will, often by talking to it.
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Minor character Cybermancer (Suzi Endo) had these powers. She was heavily involved in ''The Crossing'', an infamous ContinuitySnarl, until she was RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap as ComicBook/WarMachine's technical advisor.
** * Comicbook/AvengersArena has [[spoiler: Apex, and her twin brother Tim who are technopaths.]]
** * The 3rd Loki from ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' exhibited technomantic affinity in their [[ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard solo series]], of course in this case this means actual magic. We don't know exactly how they do it, but they claimed that it's easy because ''technology is very gullible'' so it might involve [[ConsummateLiar lying]]. There is even a possible future version of Loki who evolved into a ContagiousAI.
* Shortly after getting lightning power, Will from ''Comicbook/{{WITCH}}'' gains the ability to talk to machines.
** And finds out that the Computer and the Printer are [[CargoShip married]]. Also, her mobile is a prick.
* [[ComicBook/{{Planetary}} The Drummer]] has nebulous powers related to "information flow", which apparently include sensing magic (the "cheat codes of the universe"), but he's usually employed as a super-hacker and living Electronic Counter-Measures device (disrupting security systems, monitoring or jamming enemy communications and such.) Oh, and [[CloudCuckooLander he's nuts.]]
* Willow the cybernetic telepath from the comic ''{{ComicBook/Dreadstar}}''. (Unusually, she is also a conventional telepath.)
* The Iron Queen from ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'' is the only known surviving user of the ancient art of Magitek, which allows her to control robotics and cybernetics (including ArtificialLimbs) through mystical powers. There seems to be a limit to her powers, though; she supposedly cannot control the implants of [[MachineWorship the Dark Legion]], for example (according to her, they're too complex for her to manipulate, despite being created by the same MadScientist that created the cybernetics of her other victims).
* Very minor example: from {{Transmetropolitan}}, the "weird-looking fucker" communicates with his children via electrical signals. This might have been Spider just generalizing it, but...
* Kal Kent, the Superman of the [[ComicBook/DCOneMillion 853rd Century]], has this and a long list of other powers that even Superman doesn't have.
* Qubit from ''ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}''.
ContagiousAI.



* ComicBook/CaptainAtom had the ability to telepathically link to and access computers and telecomunnication networks, which makes sense, since his power set includes the ability to manipulate matter and energy in theoretically limitless ways. We only ever see him use this aspect of his abilities much in ''ComicBook/CaptainAtom: Armageddon''. Interestingly, the Silver Shield, the being Cap got his powers from in the first place, had the ability to communicate telepathically with human beings, so it stands to reason that Cap could do so also, although he never seems to have figured out how.

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* ComicBook/CaptainAtom had the ability to telepathically link to and access computers and telecomunnication networks, which makes sense, since his power set includes the ability to manipulate matter and energy in theoretically limitless ways. We only ever see him use this aspect of his abilities much in ''ComicBook/CaptainAtom: Armageddon''. Interestingly, the Silver Shield, the being Cap got his powers from in the first place, had the ability to communicate telepathically with human beings, so it stands to reason that Cap could do so also, although he never seems to have figured out how.
!!!Other



* ''ComicBook/StrikeforceMorituri'': Scanner had the power of clairsentience, but had a neural jack installed in his head to give him limited control of machines.

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* ''ComicBook/StrikeforceMorituri'': Scanner had Willow the power of clairsentience, but had cybernetic telepath from the comic ''ComicBook/{{Dreadstar}}''. (Unusually, she is also a neural jack installed conventional telepath.)
* Mitchell Hundred from ''ComicBook/ExMachina''. Due to living
in New York City, he suffered a sensory overload seconds after getting his head powers and blacked out half of Manhattan by screaming "Shut up!" Afterwards, his brain readjusted -- first he could only listen to give him limited technology he touched, then he could command them, then he could interact with any machine he could see. He can control of machines.technology ranging from complex electronics to those as simple as a handgun. [[spoiler: A bow and arrow is too simple though.]]



* Jimmy Olsen of ComicBook/TheNew52 ''Comicbook/{{Earth 2}}'', known as Accountable, is able to access news feeds just by holding onto a smartphone for a few minutes.
* The indie comic ''ComicBook/{{Worth}}'' is about a man who can talk to any electronic device without a computer in it, which made him a counter-cultural hero back during the sixties, but has left him ill-prepared for the 21st century, because he is so used to just being able to talk with machines that he never bothered to learn how to use them. The series deals with his efforts to adjust to a world where almost everything has a computer in it.

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%%* Qubit from ''ComicBook/{{Irredeemable}}''.
* Jimmy Olsen of ComicBook/TheNew52 ''Comicbook/{{Earth 2}}'', known as Accountable, is able to access news feeds just by holding onto a smartphone for a few minutes.
*
[[ComicBook/{{Planetary}} The indie comic ''ComicBook/{{Worth}}'' is about a man who can talk Drummer]] has nebulous powers related to any electronic "information flow", which apparently include sensing magic (the "cheat codes of the universe"), but he's usually employed as a super-hacker and living Electronic Counter-Measures device without a computer in it, (disrupting security systems, monitoring or jamming enemy communications and such.) Oh, and [[CloudCuckooLander he's nuts.]]
* The Iron Queen from ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'' is the only known surviving user of the ancient art of Magitek,
which made him allows her to control robotics and cybernetics (including ArtificialLimbs) through mystical powers. There seems to be a counter-cultural hero back during limit to her powers, though; she supposedly cannot control the sixties, but has left him ill-prepared implants of [[MachineWorship the Dark Legion]], for the 21st century, because he is so used example (according to just her, they're too complex for her to manipulate, despite being able to talk with machines created by the same MadScientist that he never bothered to learn how to use them. The series deals with his efforts to adjust to a world where almost everything has a computer in it.created the cybernetics of her other victims).


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* ''ComicBook/StrikeforceMorituri'': Scanner had the power of clairsentience, but had a neural jack installed in his head to give him limited control of machines.
* Very minor example: from ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}, the "weird-looking fucker" communicates with his children via electrical signals. This might have been Spider just generalizing it, but..
* Shortly after getting lightning power, Will from ''Comicbook/{{WITCH}}'' gains the ability to talk to machines.
** And finds out that the Computer and the Printer are [[CargoShip married]]. Also, her mobile is a prick.
* The indie comic ''ComicBook/{{Worth}}'' is about a man who can talk to any electronic device without a computer in it, which made him a counter-cultural hero back during the sixties, but has left him ill-prepared for the 21st century, because he is so used to just being able to talk with machines that he never bothered to learn how to use them. The series deals with his efforts to adjust to a world where almost everything has a computer in it.
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* The android named Cyanure is an enemy of ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio''. She can take control of any machine or electric system near her.
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' [[spoiler:Peridot]]
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