• BitTorrent Client Review - uTorrent
    uTorrent is by far the most popular BitTorrent client around today. It is known for being so lightweight, that many systems can run it without lag. This is why other clients such as BitTornado have decreased in popularity. One of the big things with BitTorrent software today is getting the green light. What is the green light? Basically, it means your connection is working smoothly. However, when behind a router, the user usually needs to make a few technical changes to his router to get the green light. The software understands this, which is Read More...
    • All About BitTorrent Clients, Trackers and Downloads
      In just a few short years, the peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing protocol BitTorrent has become one of the most popular methods of file sharing on the Internet. With an ever growing amount of legal content available via "Torrents," Downloading BitTorre Read More...
    • First Napster, and Now BitTorrent?
      Napster one of the very first technologies that was used to promote file sharing and illegal downloading of music ended up being closed down. Then multiple forms of file sharing were popularized, none of them quite as popular as Napster. One of the Read More...
    • Download Bittorrent Movies
      Many people are turning towards p2p or peer to peer networks in sharing their files online. One of the more popular techniques is to download bittorrent movies which is another form of a peer to peer network. A peer to peer network is typically an Read More...
    • Psp Game Torrent Downloads - Are They Good?
      The Sony Play Station Portable (PSP) has encouraged avid gamers to find ways to save up on money by downloading PSP game iso's, instead of buying the PSP game titles. One way these games are distributed is through PSP game torrents on torrent sites. Read More...
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      When you need to share everyday files between devices, cloud storage services work wonders. But when you need to quickly transfer big files between PCs, tablets, and smartphones, it's hard to beat the speed of BitTorrent Sync 's cloudless file sharing. And now BitTorrent Inc. says it has hard numbers to show just how fast its peer-to-peer sync app really is. The company behind Sync (and the ... Read More...
    • BitTorrent Performance Test: Sync Is Faster Than Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox
      An anonymous reader writes Now that its file synchronization tool has received a few updates, BitTorrent is going on the offensive against cloud-based storage services by showing off just how fast BitTorrent Sync can be. More specifically, the company conducted a test that shows Sync destroys Google Drive, Microsoft's OneDrive, and Dropbox. The company transferred a 1.36 GB MP4 video clip ... Read More...
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      A new ?bundle? format turns the file-sharing network BitTorrent into a way to pay for music and other content. Every month around 170 million people use the file sharing program BitTorrent to download music, movies, and software, much of it shared illicitly. Today the company behind the program, also called BitTorrent , starts an effort to turn many members of that large, media-loving audience ... Read More...
    • Thom Yorke's BitTorrent Bundle album hits 1m downloads in a week
      The results are in and the recent BitTorrent Bundle experiment from Radiohead front man Thom Yorke was a success?at least according to BitTorrent Inc. The company recently announced that the bundle, featuring Yorke's new solo album Tomorrow's Modern Boxes, was downloaded more than 1 million times since its release last Friday. The only catch is BitTorrent's one million figure counts both free ... Read More...
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