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Pipedream Blasts Kim Kardashian’s Cease, Desist Letter

Fri, Sep 17 2010 12:00pm PDT
Kim Kardashian's attorneys sent a cease-and-desist letter to Pipedream Products, demanding the company stop using her likeness on all products and advertisements.

Google Claims Chrome 7 Boosts Speeds by 60 Times

Fri, Sep 17 2010 09:00am PDT
Google developers claim that the upcoming Chrome 7 browser will be up to 60 times faster than Chrome 6, thanks in part to hardware acceleration.

Reality Kings' Insurer Denies Coverage in Record Industry Suit

Thu, Sep 16 2010 06:15pm PDT
Reality Kings, facing copyright infringement claims from 26 recording company plaintiffs, says its insurer won't provide a defense for the adult company.

'Flintstones' Parody Set for October Release

Thu, Sep 16 2010 05:15pm PDT
New Sensations on Thursday announced that Will Ryder's “The Flintstones: A XXX Parody” will be release on Oct. 11, while the company also revealed the first glimpse of the box cover.

Internet Explorer 9 Won't Run on Windows XP

Thu, Sep 16 2010 12:00pm PDT
Internet Explorer 9 beta may have rolled out, but if you're running Windows XP on your PC you can forget about it.

'Seinfeld 2' Featured on

Thu, Sep 16 2010 11:00am PDT
New Sensations' sequel to “Seinfeld: A XXX Parody" is featured on the mainstream comedy website

Twitter Site Gets Facelift

Thu, Sep 16 2010 08:00am PDT
For the first time in its four-year history, Twitter has redesigned its website to draw more users and get them to stay longer.

Online Sex Ads Market to Reach $63 Million

Thu, Sep 16 2010 06:00am PDT
Online sex advertising is expected to reach $63 million this year, with Craigslist still accounting for about 70 percent of that revenue.

Pipedream’s Kinky Kim Sparks Controversy

Wed, Sep 15 2010 05:00pm PDT
Pipedream Products’s latest Kinky Kim blow-up doll is creating buzz in mainstream media, indicating the doll is modeled after celebrity Kim Kardashian and spoofs the Carl’s Jr. ad she did last year endorsing its salad line.

Just-Released Internet Explorer 9 to Embrace HTML5

Wed, Sep 15 2010 04:30pm PDT
Microsoft Corp released the latest version of Internet Explorer, claiming it has faster speeds and handles graphics better. It also will support HTML5.
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