qBitTorrent: The ultimate Linux BitTorrent Client

qTorrent is a lightweight, but feature rich BitTorrent client for Linux. The latest release includes Audio/Video File previewing. Other features are: UPnP port mapping Peer exchange Prioritization Selective Downloading Search engine Torrent creator Ip Filter qBitTorrent is based on the Libtorrent library and is written in C++. Here is a…

BitTorrent Movie Download Chart (wk36)

Finally on time this week. Unfortunately the pirates lost the no1 spot. Check out this weeks most popular BitTorrent movie downloads. Ranking Movie Seeds / Peers 1 (2) Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 49,582 2 (3) RV 48,576 3 (1) Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest 48,551…

Emule Fights Throttling ISP’s

The eMule team has released a new version of eMule, which supports protocol obfuscation, probably inspired by the success of encryption in several BitTorrent clients. This feature, which causes eMule’s communication to appear as random data and makes it more difficult for ISP’s to throttle eMule users. The new version…

5 Movie Classics: Free and Legal on BitTorrent

Nosferatu, The Last Man On Earth, House on Haunted Hill, Detour, and The Little shop of Horrors are 5 movie classics that are in the public domain. Free to download, free to share, free of DRM. The movies are hosted by publicdomaintorrents, the great resource for movie addicts we discussed…

TV Downloading On The Rise

Downloading TV shows has become increasingly popular over the past year. A recent study by Ipsos shows that 5% of all Americans downloaded a TV show, compared to 2% last year.

Interview With the Developer of BitRocket

We e-mailed Julian Cain, the developer of BitRocket and he was gracious enough to set aside some time to talk to TorrentFreak about his Mac BitTorrent client that’s been making headlines over the last few days. The interview: TorrentFreak: What made you decide to develop BitRocket? Julian: I wanted to…

Do not pay for BitTorrent

This might sound pretty obvious to the most of you, but there are still quite a lot of people who are tricked to pay for free software like uTorrent, BitTorrent Mainline, and Azureus. Most of them are lured by misleading advertisement, and flashy banners. They end up paying $3-$30 for…