File Sharing & BitTorrents
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Offers an open source peer-to-peer client software package compatible with the Gnutella file-sharing network. Also supports BitTorrent and private, secure file sharing with friends.
Decentralized file sharing system for MP3 files featuring resumable and distributed downloading.
FindLaw Napster News
Archive of articles on the legal disputes against Napster from Findlaw.com
Indexes torrent trackers and provides cross-referenced multi-tracker data. Includes a support forum and a link to their IRC channel.
Open source Gnutella client for Mac OS X, written in Cocoa and based on LimeWire, Acquisition and Cabos.
Pirate paradise: New app streams movie torrents to Apple TV and Roku
An app called Popcorn Time that has been dubbed the “Netflix for pirates” has been making waves recently because it makes finding and streaming pirated movies and TV shows easier than it has ever been before. The app is also quite sleek, with a nice user interface and, apparently, equally elegant code. The program’s code has been used in a number of similar apps, and now a new offering of ...
The Pirate Bay launches mobile site to take torrents to your smartphone
The scallywags at The Pirate Bay have created a new port for all digital pirates to drop anchor. The popular torrent directory recently released a mobile version of its website after years of cramming the PC version onto mobile screens. The new look is unmistakably The Pirate Bay with its trademark ship logo, options to search, browse, view recent torrents and the top 100. The Pirate Bay's new ...
The Pirate Bay makes searching for torrents easier on mobile devices
The Pirate Bay launched a mobile site on Thursday to make it easier to navigate the search engine for torrent files on mobile devices. Called The Mobile Bay , the mobile version of the site features bigger buttons and renders better on mobile devices than the desktop version of the site did before. The mobile version though offers fewer options than the regular version, apparently to save some ...