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James Deen -- well, who else? -- is at the forefront of technology in a new movie that showcases Google Glass in a prostrate position.
An app with a gloriously inappropriate name has decided that the mere presence on Google Glass is more important than the mere presence of, well, naked bodies.
Android adult app market MiKandi says it could have content for Glass ready as soon as this week.
Even the name of the app is not safe for work; Google says explicit content is not welcome on Glass.
An adult app store is building apps for Google Glass (oh, don't act surprised). Plus, a PR2 robot knows when you're ready for your next beer, and pirates love "Arrested Development."
Amahi, a company that offers home server software, says it doesn't have the resources to dispute Apple's "heavy handed move" and asks users to help rename its app marketplace.
In yet another case over the use of the term "app store," Apple is calling on the adult app store MiKandi to stop billing itself as the "world's first app store for adults."
In a reported reply to a customer, the Apple CEO says his company feels a moral responsibility to keep porn off the iPhone.
Company called MiKandi launches what it claims is the world's first adult-only mobile app store. But while the apps work with Android phones, they won't with iPhones.
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