Bitcomet Rushing To V1.0

Bitcomet is trying to get to V1.0 as soon as possible. While the popular BitTorrent client only released 4 new versions in 2005 (0.57 - 0.60), it now releases three "brand new" versions in one month.

Free Itunes Content for BitTorrent users on Mac OS X

The idea is simple, Apple will include a torrent client in OS X. You will save Apple a lot of bandwidth by helping to distribute their software updates. Your reward: free goodies from the Itunes store. brilliant!. It’s a perfect example how both companies and users can benefit from BitTorrent.…

Opera: Do we need a BitTorrent browser?

Opera released a 9.0 public beta version last week. The new and improved Opera browser now supports .torrent downloads. The question is: Do we really need BitTorrent support in a browser? First a quick review of Opera‘s BitTorrent support: Opening torrents If you click on a .torrent file, a window…

Hindustan Times Promotes “Piracy”

One of India’s leading newspapers “The Hindustan Times” published an article on BitTorrent. They point their readers to the top-torrent-sites, and list some of the top torrents. Not long ago the BBC said that BitTorrent aids terrorists and pedophiles, but the Hindustan Times obviously doesn’t agree. BitTorrent gives you freedom!…

Bram Cohen Interview

BitTorrent is now a beast with two heads: it’s widely used by anyone and everyone with a large file to share, but it’s also an application that’s becoming a Hollywood favourite. P2pnet interviewed Bram Cohen, the mastermind behind BitTorrent p2pnet: Hi, Bram. I know you must be up to your…

Azureus is taking a huge step

Azureus, one of the most popular BitTorrent clients is planning to add a “content layer”. This integrated platform “should” make it possible to share videos and other large files with friends, family and strangers all around the world. The Azureus team aims to improve the user experience and make sharing…

Tech TV Torrent

Are you a big fan of Tech TV? If so, you really need to check out the 300+ Tech TV collection torrent. This compilation is probably the most extensive Tech TV collection on BitTorrent

Don’t treat our fans as thieves, let them share music!

The revolution starts in Canada. Canadian musicians are rising up against p2p lawsuits, statutory damages, DRM and the prohibition of copying and sharing Music. They’ve started a new group called the Canadian Music Creators Coalition. “Fans who share music are not thieves or pirates,” they state unequivocally. “Sharing music has…