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Where else but Comic-Con would you find Sonic Screwdrivers at a Sabbath table? A Shabbat "un-networking event" that got its start at SXSW comes to the massive geek-fest.
As we're bombarded with emails, tweets and status updates, it's easy to feel like slaves to the gadgets in our lives. The advantages of being connected are great, but you don't have to be trapped in the clutches of connectivity.
Even the ancient city of Jerusalem has been transformed by tech, as visitors to holy sites turn to mobile devices to reach out to God.
Pizza Hut launches a Comic-Con publicity stunt by creating a life-size version of a fictional pizza-flinging vehicle.
Mattel is celebrating a "Star Wars" line of toys by showing off a fully functional, life-size Vadermobile at Comic-Con. Ride at your own risk.
Whoever said tech and religion don't mix hasn't seen JewGlass, a Google Glass app to help practitioners keep the faith. This plus the legacy of AOL dial-up software, iPhone ringtone origins, and an arcade cabinet subscription service on today's 404!
The Telephonetto has a camera and audio player, but turns off videos and Web access to help religious Jewish teens resist digital temptation.