Remainders - The Things We Didn't Post: Dark Side EditionKyle VanHemert3/29/10 5:40pmFiled to: RemaindersGizmodo remaindersBoingoWiFiWirelessxperiaAndroidmultitouchSonyxperiax10Xperiax10FakeSteveJobsIconGangstarapParodyHumorstarwars20EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkIn today's Remainders: the Dark Side of the Force. Boingo tries to seduce you with $2 Wi-Fi access; Fake Steve Jobs runs into TV show trouble; College Humor espouses the Galactic Empire State of Mind, and moreBoingo A Go Go Boingo, the Wi-Fi meganetwork that you love to hate (but can't help using, once in a while), just released a new app for iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches that seems a bit more reasonable than their current offerings. The app, Boingo Wi-Fi Credits, lets wireless internet seekers buy an hour of access for $2 using only an iTunes store account. If you absolutely need to get online at an airport, if only for a few minutes, $2 is easier to swallow than whatever the one time access fee currently is (I think I paid $4 a few months ago?) And once early, non-3G iPad adopters start venturing out into the wilds of Starbucks with their devices, $2 to get a fully refreshed RSS reader will be awfully tempting. [BusinessWire]Bad Touch, Xperia Oh boo. Even though we're holding off on reviewing the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 until the OS gets its update in coming weeks, here's a preliminary bummer, courtesy of Sony Ericsson's Rikard Skogberg: there will never be any X10 multitouch magic—not now, not ever:ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.