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Google's Chrome browser has started to block downloads of the popular BitTorrent client uTorrent. Those who attempt to download the software are told that it's malicious and harmful, hinting that the website might have been hacked.
BitTorrent hit a new mobile milestone: 25 million users have downloaded its file-sharing apps. The company which has recently teamed up with hip-hop legendary group Public Enemy for another artist-file-sharing platform deal posted the announcement: “We’re stoked that 25 million of you are now getting your torrents to go. Guess this smartphone revolution thing that
OPSWAT is quite the name when it comes to providing with software management and security tech. Two of their tools are AppRemover and Security Score, both having one basic purpose – that of increasing security. The applications are designed to keep logs of anonymous telemetry information; these logs are analyzed and filed as a report.
Have you ever wanted to stream the movies you’ve downloaded directly to you TV? Well, now it’s all possible with BitTorrent’s BBK Box – a device that allows you to watch movies, wirelessly, through the company’s most popular client – uTorrent. The BBK Box is powered by Android and contains technology from both uTorrent and the
Although anti-piracy lobbyists consider the uTorrent and BitTorrent clients as bridges for online piracy, the company’s CEO begs to differ. “We hear this question all the time. We hear we’ve killed film, the radio star and the content industry. We hear we’re the Web’s dark matter, and the Internet’s seedy underbelly. We are not.” This was a