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Azureus

Azureus is an easy-to-use Java BitTorrent client with support for 27 languages. Azureus connects to the BitTorrent network. BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer protocol designed to transfer files.

May. 21, 2008

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SourceForge Community Choice Award winners are....

SourceForge tries to discover the top open-source projects--and selects a fine crop as winners.

By Jul. 26, 2007

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CNET Live - Episode 31 - Show Notes

Weird gadgets direct from Japan, courtesy of Dynamism.

By Nov. 29, 2007

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CNET Live - Episode 6

President of BitTorrent comes on to talk about their legit business and video downloads in general.

By May. 17, 2007

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Security Update 2005-002 (#4): Problems with some Java apps

Security Update 2005-002 (#4): Problems with some Java apps

By Feb. 28, 2005

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Why legal BitTorrent downloads might just work

I don't think it's any secret the vast majority of BitTorrent users use the software to obtain pirated material. But a large addition of content in the future from the legal BitTorrent store may steadily grow in its appeal to downloaders

By Mar. 14, 2007

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Vuze unveils Fanhattan: One video site to rule them all?

Vuze, the company behind the Bittorrent client formerly known as Azureus, is launching a new media discovery service called Fanhattan. Is this the uber-content site you've been waiting for?

By Dec. 16, 2010

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System freezes during large file transfers (#3): Some systems recover; certain Java routines may cause problems; more

System freezes during large file transfers (#3): Some systems recover; certain Java routines may cause problems; more

By Aug. 24, 2004

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Utilities Updates: Audio Hijack Pro 2.6.1; Virex 7 DAT 050921; Symantec NAV virus def Sept 22; more

Utilities Updates: Audio Hijack Pro 2.6.1; Virex 7 DAT 050921; Symantec NAV virus def Sept 22; more

By Sep. 23, 2005

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BitTorrent firms: Comcast throttling is anticompetitive

Companies relying on BitTorrent protocol charge that Comcast's slowing of peer-to-peer traffic blocks perfectly legal content that competes with cable TV.

By Feb. 14, 2008