What else happened this week? * How to get BitTorrent working in Itunes * I steal TV because I have to! * Fenopy, the Ajax Torrent Search Engine * Secret Cinema & Camera Obscura (private), for the cult and arthouse movie junks * RIAA bandwidth leeching * BitTorrent & TV…
And yet another fresh release of the popular BitTorrent client Bitcomet. Bitcomet 0.64 now supports rss-feeds and the optional IE toolbar has been removed. Other changes: - GUI Bugfix: chat user list is removed temporarily - Core Bugfix: fix the bug that the play button doesn’t work after click stop…
Internet TV players are a great tool to download and watch TV-shows, podcasts, and video blogs. They are easy to use, let you browse for new shows, and add your favorite show. However, they're not ready for BitTorrent yet.
Bush likes to listen to the Beatles on his Ipod. However, there's no way Bush can have a legal copy on his Ipod according to the RIAA. We got it on tape.
More and more ISP's are limiting and throttling BitTorrent traffic on their networks. By throttling BitTorrent traffic the speed of BitTorrent downloads decrease, and high speed downloads are out of the question.
Different countries, different p2p preferences. Singapore has the highest percentage of BitTorrent users, the US has the most Gnutella fans, and South Korea is totally hooked on eDonkey.
I have NO words to describe the RIAA's latest actions.
BREIN did it again. The Dutch anti-piracy organization forced TorrentIt and NLexperience to go offline. Although BREIN has no legal power, threatening with lawsuits and high fines seems to be an effective strategy to take the smaller BitTorrent sites down.