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The Beatles which a few decades ago were writing history in music will be kept alive for the fans from now on also through a videogame, AfterDawn reports. Yesterday the official announcement came – The Beatles, and Harmonix will be working together on a “brand new videogame featuring the music of the iconic Beatles” which
Azureus is a BitTorrent client which puts forward a bittorrent protocol implementation written in Java. Azureus offering includes multiple torrent downloads, queuing/priority systems (on torrents and files), start/stop seeding options and instant access to various pieces of information related to your torrents. Azureus comes now with an embedded tracker easily set up and ready to
Yesterday 24-7 Entertainment, Europe’s leader in B2B digital distribution announced its partnership with Datz, the online music download store and community website to power the Datz Music Lounge, an avant-garde way to purchase and enjoy music. This service distinguishes itself from others alike through its offering – users are allowed to download as many songs
A new BitTorrent client software, called Top-BT was developed and released by a team of researchers from Ohio State University. The software, written in Python, presents new features such as active discovering of Internet topology which is then employed to always pick close peers to download file pieces. According to the research, compared to native
“P2P: Content’s “Bad Boy”; Tomorrow’s Distribution Channel” report has been included in their offering, Research and Markets announces. At the moment peer-to-peer data is accountable for a big percent of all consumer traffic over the Internet (44.0%, says the MarketWatch) with most of the data in question consisting of audio and video files -over 70%).