Pushcore Technologies

An Indian company started by Nalinashka Singh while the hyperbrain is at the University of Oxford, and initially it’s a lab at the forefront of the ’70s revolution in materials like ZRI glass, ferrofluids and SuPlast. By the dawn of the ’80s, Pushcore UK is one of the main manufacturers of cell phone casings, while Pushcore’s Indonesian factory reverse-engineers Vietnamese carbon nanotubes as early as 1981. His gradually growing influence over the communication industry makes him wealthy beyond avarice. The market-fixing scandal of ‘83 puts a dent in his reputation and his profits, but nothing ever affects Singh’s comfort or lifestyle.

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