Exactly two years ago today the legendary BitTorrent site Suprnova.org was taken offline. December 19, 2004, is a milestone in the history of BitTorrent. But how did it all start? Who was behind this legendary site? And what happened after is was taken down?
The popular BitTorrent client, Azureus has just struck a deal with the BBC to offer TV shows on its recently launched content store/website, Zudeo.
Google has released its annual year-end Zeitgeist. Amazingly, the word 'mininova' ranks 9 on Google's list of most queried terms in 2006.
Piracy is not all that bad for musicians. In fact, research has shown that less popular artists actually profit from piracy. This can be concluded from, and is supported by several studies. Frustrated as they are, the music industry claims that they lose millions a year due to piracy, but…
geoTorrent.org is a relatively new BitTorrent website that's distributing, what it claims to be legal, Satellite images and geospatial data, something that would be impossible over HTTP considering file sizes can go up to 87 GB.
The Secret Life of Adolf Hitler is a TV documentary from 1958, narrated by Westbrook Van Voorhis, that ended up in the public domain. The documentary includes some rare homemade videos shot by Eva Braun, and interviews with his sister Paula Wolf, his driver, and other people that surrounded him.
Swedish broadcast statistics institute, MMS released a study in which it shows that one out of four Swedish youngsters downloads TV shows over the internet, instead of watching them on TV.
This weeks most popular DVDrips distributed over BitTorrent.