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XTV Debuts Set-Top Television Box That Uses Broadband
Jan 9, 2005 10:27 AM PSTA startup company intent on “mainstreaming” the adult video industry rolled out its flagship product at Internext last week. Woodland Hills, Calif.-based XTV demonstrated what is billed as the “world’s first" adult set-top TV box.
DRM-Integrated Intel Processor Draws Fire
Jan 8, 2005 11:29 AM PSTComputer hardware maker Intel has released the first in a series of digital rights management-integrated chips that will eventually extend to home computers, drawing criticism and concern from some computer experts.
ASACP Honors Lawrence Walters With Annual Service Recognition Award
Jan 7, 2005 3:31 PM PSTDuring the 3rd annual XBiz Awards at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Resort, Adult Sites Against Child Pornography presented its 2005 Annual Service Recognition Award to veteran First Amendment attorney Lawrence G. Walters.
TooTimid Registers More Women Subscribers Than Men
Jan 7, 2005 2:19 PM PSTOnline DVD rental and adult toy company TooTimid.com announced subscription figures for its monthly DVD program Friday, indicating that nearly 60 percent of its customers are women ages 25 to 45.
Rogers' Suicide Continues to Cause Controversy
Jan 7, 2005 2:14 PM PSTThe suicide of gay film star Barry Rogers, better known as Johnny Rahm, star of “The Devil and Danny Walker” and “Badlands,” has caused a spate of controversy to be played out in the pages of GLBT newspaper Southern Voice, with bevy accusations and finger-pointing about the cause of the 39-year-old adult star’s death.
Internext Report: Cost Per Click Campaigns
Jan 7, 2005 10:00 AM PST"Cost Per Click SE Campaigns: Day Trading for Online Adult Professionals," was a well-attended seminar at the January 2005 Internext Expo in Las Vegas. One of the more eagerly anticipated presentations, traffic-hungry attendees listened to words of wisdom from some of the biggest players in the targeted traffic market.
New HP, Philips DRM Scheme Makes Current DVD Players Obsolete
Jan 6, 2005 4:39 PM PSTHewlett-Packard and Philips have developed a new content-protection scheme for DVDs that will stop the burning of copyrighted video on discs for use in normal DVD players, the companies said Wednesday, but the new standard will make all current DVD player models obsolete.
Attorney Wants Sex Aid Case Heard by Supreme Court
Jan 6, 2005 4:10 PM PSTAttorneys representing the owner of an adult shop and four women who claim that their lives would be diminished without the aid of vibrators are seeking to set the U.S. Supreme Court abuzz and bring sex toys before the highest court in the land.
BottleRocketBabes Partners With CrazyBank
Jan 6, 2005 3:40 PM PSTBottleRocketBabes.com announced a new partnership with CrazyBank.com that the company expects will provide significant exposure for its affiliate program.
Strip Poker Now Available For Cingular Customers
Jan 6, 2005 2:10 PM PSTConsumers who subscribe to the Cingular Wireless network now have the option of winning the clothes off a virtual woman on their cell phones.
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