Find, download, and discover torrents easily.
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?
Every year, South by Southwest's (SXSW) participating artists make their music available for free. This year, the offering has 1210 tracks, totalling 7.39GB.
In response to questions raised by BitTorrent-based client Vuze, phone company denies using forged reset packets to disrupt peer-to-peer file sharing traffic on its network.
BitTorrent wants to change how people manage their torrents, and is hoping to do it with hardware partnerships and a revamped software approach announced at this year's CES.
Trying to search for your favorite movie or TV show across spotty streaming-video libraries? Fanhattan on the iPad tries to help, with mostly good results.
There's nothing here you can't get elsewhere, but Fanhattan pulls it all together in a way nothing has before.
In a response to criticisms about its P2P practices, the broadband provider tells the FCC that throttling BitTorrent transfers is absolutely necessary to keep its network functioning.
Companies relying on BitTorrent protocol charge that Comcast's slowing of peer-to-peer traffic blocks perfectly legal content that competes with cable TV.
While there are stories about Windows 7, the FCC investigating Cox Cable and the Palm Pre launching in March, you really need to listen to the story of the Klingon who robbed a convenience store. Really.
The news that President-elect Barack Obama will be using YouTube to distribute his weekly "radio" messages is met with general fanfare among the digerati.