- Radiohead alludes to the novel in the name of their online merchandise shop and mailing list, W.A.S.T.E.
- In the William Gibson novel Count Zero (1986), the multinational corporation Maas Neotek is named in honor of Oedipa Maas.
- The sample configuration file for GNU's Wget uses proxy.yoyodyne.com as a placeholder for the proxy setting.
- The Phone Company (tpc.int), established by Carl Malamud and Marshall Rose in 1991, used the post horn of the Trystero guild as its logo.
- A Google smartphone app for the third annual Treefort Music Fest (a QR Code scanner in the guise of a nominal secret decoder ring) prominently features the Trystero muted horn.
- The title of the 2018 AMC-TV series Lodge 49 alludes to the novel.
- The installation called the San Jose Semaphore, on top of the Adobe world headquarters in San Jose, contained a riddle between 2006 and 2007 which, when solved, resulted in the text of the novel.
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