If you find the amount of Google’s porn results lacking, then Boodigo might be for you.
Boodigo bills itself as an “adult-oriented search engine.” On the surface, it looks like a regular search engine, aside from the pop-up message that warns you must be at least 18 years old to access it.
Incidentally, if you choose to leave instead of entering the site, you are redirected to Amazon.com because I guess that’s more wholesome. Jeez, you could have at least sent me to Amazon.ca. I am in Canada, Boodigo!
Boodigo. (Website Screenshot)
And the search filtering is a little different. While Google, for example, lets user search by images, news, video, maps and so on, Boodigo lets you do a regular web search or target it exclusively to Tumblr sites – as that photo blog platform is often used for pornographic content.
If you missed the launch of the iPhone 6, 6 Plus and Apple Watch on Tuesday and were too lazy to read the countless articles that have moved on the phones and smartwatch, well now you can hear about in a musical refrain.
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an Apple event announcing the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch at the Flint Center in Cupertino, Calif., Sept. 9, 2014. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
Twitpic, a service that lets you share photos and videos on Twitter,will be shutting down as of Sept. 25, founder Noah Everett announced in a blog post.
According to Everett, Twitter contacted Twitpic’s legal department a few weeks earlier demanding it abandon its trademark application. Otherwise it might lose access to Twitter’s API.
Twitpic.com. (Website screenshot)
You probably hadn’t used it in years but Microsoft has announced it is completely killing off Windows Live Messenger (MSN Messenger until 2005) by Oct. 31, the BBC reports.
So the rumours about the iPhone 6, expected to be unveiled Sept. 9, have been swirling around for months. You can check out a roundup of them here.
Of course, some are a little more far-fetched than others, such as this video of a supposedly “leaked” test model of the iPhone 6, which looks exactly like a hotdog.
“Is this the new iPhone 6?” (Video screenshot)