Whiz kid inventor Bram Cohen and a small cadre of developers and entrepreneurs are in the final stage of launching an advertising-supported search engine dedicated to cataloging and indexing the thousands of movies, music tracks, software programs and other files for download over Cohen's popular BitTorrent protocol.
A couple of days ago we reported about the deal between the creator of BitTorrent (Bram Cohen) and the MPAA. Well this is what it looks like. Aint it cute?
Help! BitTorrent is slow... This is probably one of the most frequently asked questions I get about BitTorrent. Unfortunately there's not some kind of magic trick that makes your torrents go through the roof. But you could take some simple steps to optimize your speeds.
Did you ever wonder what’s powering a site like The Piratebay? Take a look at their hardware. The web part runs on 2 and the tracker on 6 servers. But, as you may have noticed (search is down every now and then), they need even more to stay alive.
Tvtorrent.info makes browsing for mininova’s tv-torrents easier. They list all the tv-episodes from mininova. You can browse for fresch torrents or browse all the torrents from your favorite show. There’s also a link to the episode list included (epguides.com). Nice job. thx digg
Paul Stamatiou wrote an excellent tutorial on configuring and finetuning Azureus. Part 1 configuring Part 2 optimization & plugins Part 3 anonymity
Another great invention. The "Lamabox" (dutch) is the worlds first media player that supports p2p downloads. This neat gadget has a connection to all the big 2p2 networks so you're able to download whatever you want directly onto it's built in harddrive. Once the download is complete, you can watch…
The new Azureus is out. Some nice improvements are made, besides the usual bugfixes.