File Sharing & BitTorrents
The most popular multi-P2P file sharing tool, forums & BitTorrents in one searchable Directory. Open-source file-sharing applications, torrent related legal problems for the music industry, open source BitTorrent clients, software and legal information, guides and forums.
A cross-platform, open source Gnutella and BitTorrent client optimized to work behind firewalls and derived from LimeWire's source code.
Indexes torrent trackers and provides cross-referenced multi-tracker data. Includes a support forum and a link to their IRC channel.
Open source, cross-platform BitTorrent client. Site includes screenshots, FAQ and community forums.
Open source Windows client built using giFT. Connects to the Gnutella, Ares and OpenFT networks. Site includes download links, FAQ and a forum.
A clone of BearShare which connects to the same, proprietary network approved by the RIAA. Requires a monthly subscription for full access, only music files controlled by acoustic fingerprinting and video files under 15 minutes are allowed.
Run your own P2P program and this software to compare file names and sizes for their pre-qualified list of files. Increases your chances of getting a good file.
GPU, a Global Processing Unit
GPU is an Open Source Gnutella/Pastella client that allows users to share CPU-resources on a truly P2P based cluster. Applications include a Landscape Generator able to generate movies and an experimental Distributed Search Engine. The client is under development.
Porn studio sues immigrant who has “no idea how BitTorrent works,” wins big
Lawsuit-happy porn studio beats a "poor sap" whose pleas of ignorance fail.
'Netflix for torrents' app Popcorn Time adds Chromecast support
An alpha version of the Windows app lets you stream to Google's HDMI stick, and support is coming to Mac and Android next.
Torrents of rain flood Market Square, again
NEWBURYPORT -- Sandbags were a common sight for anyone walking around Market Square the last two days as a series of quick-moving rainstorms flooded front entrances and strained the area's drainage system. Yesterday, the National Weather Service iss