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Raging Stallion/Falcon Wins Big at Grabbys, Takes 10 Awards

Sun, May 29 2011 05:45pm PDT
Raging Stallion/Falcon Studios, which garnered 60 nominations this year for the Grabbys, received 10 awards last night at Chicago's Park West Theatre.

Grabby Awards Winners Announced

Sun, May 29 2011 05:15pm PDT
The 2011 Grabby Awards on Saturday night attracted a galaxy of gay porn stars and their fans who honored gay adult industry's best talent and performers.

Most Mobile Video Consumed on iOS Devices

Sun, May 29 2011 12:00pm PDT
A new report has found that nearly 80 percent of mobile video consumption is being done on iOS devices, Flash free.

Some iPad-Optimized Apps Can Be Confusing, Study Says

Sun, May 29 2011 06:00am PDT
A new study shows that many iPad apps aren’t user-friendly and that people don’t know how to navigate them.

Japanese Porn Star Becomes Chinese Web Phenomena

Sat, May 28 2011 06:00am PDT
A Japanese porn star has become a phenomenon on Weibo — China’s version of Twitter — and her Chinese name has more than 41 million page hits on Google, more than that of Mao Zedong, Yao Ming or Confucius.

XBIZ Sensuals Named Official Media Partner of ILS

Fri, May 27 2011 03:45pm PDT
XBIZ is pleased to announce its partnership with International Lingerie Show organizer Specialty Trade Shows, Inc., with the title of Official Media Partner given to leading lingerie-focused publication XBIZ Sensuals.

Google's Social Search Goes Global

Fri, May 27 2011 02:00pm PDT
Google has rolled out its social search into global markets in 19 languages.

DreamZone, Lee Roy Myers Parody 'The Honeymooners'

Fri, May 27 2011 12:00pm PDT
DreamZone Entertainment ( and XBIZ Director of the Year Lee Roy Myers have wrapped a parody of the 1950s sitcom "The Honeymooners."

Tunisia Blocks Porn Sites

Fri, May 27 2011 08:00am PDT
A Tunisian court has ordered the blocking of all porn websites in the country within 48 hours.

Researchers Say Choking Off Credit Card Use Can Stop Spam

Fri, May 27 2011 06:00am PDT
Choking off a transaction at the point a consumer uses a credit card could stop spam, according to research done by two University of California computer scientists.
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