BitTorrrent has rolled out its new uTorrent Web client which lets users download and stream torrents directly in a web browser.
The first episode of Game of Thrones season 7 (premiere) aired yesterday, and as always, that has signalled something of a scramble in the world of piracy. Here are the details.
Only a day after Kickass Torrents site bit the dust, alternatives and clones of KAT.cr have already started popping up online around the web.
Torrent website users and technology fans alike will probably already be aware that one of the largest torrent sites in the world, Kickass Torrents, or KAT as it is affectionately known as, was very recently taken offline by law enforcement after the arrest of its alleged owner, Ukrainian Artem Vaulin.
The streaming revolution is clearly going strong, and today it's getting another player in the game. BitTorrent has announced its new BitTorrent Now platform available on the web and Android, with apps for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV coming soon. The service will facilitate the streaming of videos and music from a collection of independent artist, filmmakers and creative.
BitTorrent has today announced a new multichannel TV application that acts as the company's own unique take on the live television experience. The multichannel video streaming application - called BitTorrent Live - will initially introduce shows and coverage spanning five key areas: news, sports, technology, youth culture, and music, and will launch on the Apple's fourth-generation Apple TV platform in the first instance this week. In addition to offering immediate support for the tvOS App Store and Apple TV, the company has plans of grandeur to bring the BitTorrent Live experience to additional platforms later in the year.
You can now stream torrents on Windows and Mac using WebTorrent Desktop app, which also supports AirPlay and Chromecast. Here are the details.
Popular Transmission BitTorrent client app for Windows is finally available to download on PCs. Here's everything you need to know.
After some of the apps bundled in the uTorrent installer were flagged as malware by anti-virus software, the people behind the BitTorrent client have started to explore other ways of making money, though it would seem that they aren't yet sure exactly what that will look like.
Project Maelstrom, the "first torrent-based browser" by BitTorrent has been launched as a public-beta. The release of this unique platform has also been coupled with new tools which allow developers and publishers to build new content for the browser - something that is integral for its success going forward. You can find the download link and further information on this development right after the break.