VIDEO: Trojan's condom factory makes 1 million condoms a day.
It can send malware to nearby devices through Bluetooth.
Adware is the most pervasive.
[credit provider=”Shlomo Sprung”] Hundreds of folks who lined up in the Flatiron District yesterday hoping for a free Trojan vibrator (worth around $40) were forced to leave empty-handed after the city shut down the company’s promotional stunt for improper permitting.But good news—there are still vibrators to be had.
What was supposed to be a pleasurable experience for thousands turned into a large mess near the Flatiron building Wednesday afternoon as a Trojan vibrator giveaway was shut down by city officials because of an apparent permit issue.
[credit provider=”irina slutsky on www.flickr.com” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/irinaslutsky/4228016624/”] William Poundstone, author of “Priceless: the Myth of Fair Value and How to Take Advantage of It” notes this on his blog:Jim Daniels, vice-president of marketing for Trojan, confessed to the New York Times that Magnums are basically the same size, just a little wider in the middle.
[credit provider=”Screengrab from trojanbrandcondoms on YouTube” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=INaEdw5OTxI#!”] Trojan is the most popular condom brand in the U.S. It claims over 70 per cent of all drug store condom purchases — that’s four times the market share of industry number two Durex.So how does a massive condom maker like Trojan churn […]