Porn

  • Steve Jobs Reiterates: "Folks who want porn can buy an Android phone"

    Steve Jobs Reiterates: "Folks who want porn can buy an Android phone"

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs is on a roll. While he’s probably had better days than today, he’s lately been shooting off emails left and right in response to customers’ concerns. We just were sent what appears to be one such Jobs response, sent last week surrounding the whole Mark Fiore situation. And it’s a good one. When questioned about Apple’s role as moral police in… Read More

  • Japanese P2P virus catches you downloading porn, demands money to clear your name

    There’s a pretty hilarious computer virus causing a bit of havoc in Japan right now. It affects users of the P2P program Winny (sorta like a Japanese version of Freenet, so says mighty Wikipedia), users who were looking for a strain of pornography known as hentai. I wouldn’t recommend googling that word while at work, or while in the presence of other human beings unless… Read More

  • The Great Porn Purge of 2010

    Porn has been around forever. Sometimes celebrated, sometimes persecuted, porn has gone through various levels of social acceptance throughout history. A cyclical porn journey, as adult content becomes too pervasive and socially acceptable, there is always an effort by government and social groups to squash it. In recent news, Apple’s purge of the app store caused widespread… Read More

  • NSFW: Is Porn Movie Merchandising the Next Big Money Maker?

    The right merchandise can turn a movie into a mega movie franchise. A movie licensing industry that accounts for 25% of all toys sold in a typical year, the right toys, video games, clothing, accessories, iPhone apps, and action figures can rake in the serious bucks. Numbers released last week for “Transformers 2″ show that the movie led to toy sales worth $592 million only six… Read More

  • 3D Porn? The studios are way ahead of you.

    For years the central question when any new television technology comes out is whether explicit entertainment providers will adopt it. In the case of 3D TV, friends, there’s no question: 3D TV is here and its here to stay… but will it be popular? We talked to someone close to the industry, Kathee Brewer, who offered some insight on the future of 3D pr0n. Kathee is a former… Read More

  • Porn coming to the Roku box

    We told you previously that Roku might be adding some hidden porn to their service, but we didn’t expect it to be this soon. Adult entertainment company EroticVision.TV just announced that they are teaming up with Roku to bring lots of nasty, nasty, girls (and boys) to your living room. Read More

  • Yes, Virginia, the Internet is for porn

    I’m sure you’ve heard that song from that play called “The Internet is for Porn.” Turns out, it is! Researchers from the University of Montreal were trying to determine to habits of men in their 20s vis-à-vis pornography, but they ran into a problem: they couldn’t find enough men who said they didn’t watch porn! Men are dogs, et cetera et cetera. Read More

  • Sex robots to save the adult entertainment industry?

    Only a fool would pay for pornography on the Internet. It’s like, you don’t pay for air (or, more accurately, oxygen), do you? So why pay for porn? But if porn is free all over the place, what’s going to happen to our nation’s adult entertainment industry? It employs more than a few people (that’s good), and helps maintain our image abroad (that’s also good). Read More

  • Avatar gameplay on in Philips 3D

    So I’m up in the air about 3D. As you see from this video gameplay in 3D is horrible for people not wearing 3D glasses so you’re basically cutting yourself off from anyone who wants to watch you game. That said, 3D in games looks pretty amazing. This footage from Avatar – looks like a run and gun – includes some commentary by the folks playing the game. Read More

  • Mozilla says people refusing to upgrade to Firefox 3.0 in order to hide their, well, sensitive bookmarks

    Mozilla released Firefox 3.0 in June of 2008, but there’s still a few of you out there who haven’t upgraded, despite, if nothing else, the security improvements. So what gives? Mozilla asked the abstainers, essentially, “Why haven’t you upgraded?” The answer, of course, has to do with Internet pornography. Doesn’t it always? Read More

  • Online adult entertainment not as recession proof as previously thought

    The adult entertainment industry, once thought to be nearly completely recession-proof, is struggling against many of the same kinds of problems that “traditional” online entertainment faces. Just like many people are “obtaining” mainstream music and movies without purchasing them through “legitimate” channels, so too are people “obtaining”… Read More