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Screen grabs: Nokia 770 Lives Free, Dies Hard

Ryan Block, @ryan
03.22.08
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Even the appearance of Justin Long as the scrappy sidekick failed to keep Live Free or Die Hard from so-bad-it's-bad territory -- but the various appearances of a Nokia 770 bestowed with superpowers (sure, all handhelds can sign into satellite phone networks and interface with power station control systems) were pretty entertaining in their own right. We're a little confused, though -- didn't the producers at least realize that our man Bruce would be using an N810 to chat up his fans online, though? One more shot after the break.

[Thanks, Vamsi]



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