One of the reasons people put down BitTorrent is because it can, at times, be slower than traditional protocols like HTTP and FTP. But the technology isn't at fault, it's the upload speeds of users that are capped, which prevents files from being shared more efficiently.
Here's a roundup of some of the BitTorrent related tutorials we wrote this year. Twelve tutorials in total, so there will probably be something interesting for everyone.
According to the NPD Group, a consumer and retail information company, for every legally downloaded video file, there are five illegally downloaded ones on P2P networks and BitTorrent sites.
We've seen several confrontations between the MPAA and some of the bigger BitTorrent sites this year. Here's a roundup of some the most memorable events.
Jamendo is a website with a revolutionary model that allows artists to promote and publish their music. Artist have the opportunity to show their creativity to a broader audience, and the public has a place to listen to, download, and share new music.
We wish you all a wonderful Christmas! Keep seeding your torrents, and don't play with fire around the Christmas tree.
Recently, the topic of traffic shaping and BitTorrent encryption was once again resurrected, this time by Wired News writer Michael Galore. In a recent post he explains that encrypting BitTorrent traffic is bad. But is this really the case?
This weeks most popular DVDrips distributed over BitTorrent.