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If people say no to these cookies, we do not know how many people have visited and we cannot monitor performance. Every mobile content firm admits that all the money is in porn. But most pin-stripe firms tend to steer clear of the genre. They don't want to upset their respectable customers. Much of the company's business to date has been with straight-laced corporations such as Visa. It handles the transactions for people who want to buy things over their mobile phones. It acted as middle man for Jamba! The Crazy Frog's system for charging customers was as insistent as its jingle.

If you overlooked the small print when you bought the ringtone you could end up paying a monthly subscription - akin to paying royalties for having the irritatingly ubiquitous noise repeat endlessly in your mind.

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If in this business you do manage to keep your customers without tricking them you must have something they really want. Internet marketers call it sticky content - stuff that keeps people's attention.

It is an idea that web and mobile porn firms make puns about. Porn is particularly sticky. Those in the mobile porn business try and dress it up with business theories that explain why the mobile porn peddlers are typically so much more successful than their "clean" counterparts. Bud had a stab at a mobile porn conference yesterday evening. Mobile porn peddlers have an uncanny understanding of their customers' psychology, he said.

But those firms selling music, sports clips and ringtones struggle to understand what their customers want. He overlooked the fact that the primitive urge that causes blokes to oggle women is a little more fathomable than the psychology of fashion. At least he wasn't explicit about it.

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He doesn't need to be. The conference, incidentally, was called "What can the erotic industry teach the mobile content industry? The answer is simple: if you want to make lots of money by selling content over mobile phones, concentrate on the younger male audience. Show them lots of sucking and fucking, a little bit of anal penetration, perhaps some bondage and uniforms.

The porn industry, Bud said, is more likely to keep its customers because its suppliers treat them well. It is not tarnished by the scams that tempt the purveyors of mainstream mobile content into abusing their customers.

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It is, perhaps, more likely that those mobile firms that don't peddle smut have to resort to swizzling their customers because that's the only way they'll make any money. Indeed, porn is so sticky that start-up mobile technology firms find it hard to escape it if they want to survive their first year of business. It was a point illustrated well by Bud when he described the difference in ambience between two mobile industry conferences he attended recently: one porn, one mainstream. The porn conference was "dynamic, exciting and stimulating".

The straight gathering, on the other hand, "was like a tomb". Cloudflare on Friday accused competitor Amazon Web Services of massive markups and hindering customer data portability, even as it invited the cloud services giant to its discount data initiative known as the Bandwidth Alliance. Prince and Nitin Rao, SVP of global infrastructure at Cloudflare, elaborated on that claim in a blog post that argues AWS is charging customers orders of magnitude more than its costs and makes a mockery of its parent company's mission statement that Amazon strives "to offer our crazy mobile porn the lowest possible prices…".

Alphabet today launched its latest tech startup, Intrinsic, which aims to build commercial software that will power industrial robots. Intrinsic will focus on developing software control tools for industrial robots used in manufacturing, we're told.

Its pitch is that the days of humans having to manually program and adjust a robot's every move are over, and that mechanical bots should be more autonomous and smart, thanks to advances in artificial intelligence and leaps in training techniques. This could make robots easier to direct — give them a task, and they'll figure out the specifics — and more efficient — the AI can work out the best way to achieve its goal. Bug of the week Google has fixed a bug in Chrome OS version Chrome OS downlo updates crazy mobile porn but doesn't apply them until reboot, so only those who restarted their Chromebooks to ingest the force-fed broken update were affected.

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Welcome back for another compendium of tomfoolery from this week for those who enjoy a bit of light-hearted piffle.

And let's face it, who doesn't? While the Windows of today may have more holes in it than a year-old pair of underpants, Microsoft has continued crazy mobile porn away at previews for the upcoming iteration, Windows Having got the excitement of integrated Teams chat out the way earlier this week, it was business as usual for build This week's modifications are all about soothing users whose nerves have likely been shredded by the recent arrival of HiveNightmare.

Open-source audio editor Audacity this week posted an apology on GitHub in response to the entirely predictable furore over the platform's privacy policy. An updated privacy policy accompanied the apology, in which the team insisted it had just been misunderstood, and that a look at the source would have shown its intentions. The fact that it didn't regret the actual document itself seemed to alarm a good many users. A couple from the US who run a small ecommerce publication have launched legal action against eBay accusing the company of a "coordinated effort to intimidate, threaten to kill, torture, terrorize, stalk and silence" them to muzzle their coverage.

The allegations — made in a complaint lodged in the US District Court of Massachusetts this week — are the latest chapter in a long-running case that has already resulted in guilty pleas from a of former employees in what has become known as the "eBay cyberstalking case". Lawyers acting on behalf of the owners of EcommerceBytes — an online trade publication that covers the ecommerce industry run by journalists Ina and David Steiner - said the intimidation was so bad they were in fear for their lives.

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