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Popular URL shortener bit.ly debuts a new service, bitly.tv, which shows off the most-linked videos through their service.
The world's first TV with BitTorrent support is here, meaning you could soon be file sharing from your lounge. Legal wrangles ahoy!
Sydney-based production company Sl8it has today published the pilot episode of its supernatural TV series deadside to peer-to-peer video-sharing service Vodo.net, following in the footsteps of the Aussie filmmakers behind last year's The Tunnel.
Bram Cohen, the author of the BitTorrent peer-to-peer file sharing protocol, has demonstrated a version that handles live streaming.
The ex-president of BitTorrent, the peer-to-peer file-sharing service many associate with piracy, has jumped to the same team as television broadcasters with Flingo, a Shazam for video. And engineers from BitTorrent have joined him.
Televisions due this winter that integrate BitTorrent support directly into the hardware make their first public appearance at the IFA conference in Germany.
VP Hiroshi Yoshioka says company may not sell the 25 million TVs it expected this fiscal year, as competition remains fierce, according to Bloomberg.
BitTorrent revealed four companies based in Europe, Russia, and Asia that have prepared new hardware running BitTorrent. Seth Rosenblatt takes a First Look.
If you want to be immersed in your on-screen entertainment, you'll no doubt be keen to hear about Philips' new Ambilight TVs, which have a three-sided glowy goodness