20 Million BitTorrent Mobile Users, And Counting

2013/04/18

Just a few short months ago, we hit ten million mobile users. Whew. Just a few minutes ago, we hit twenty million. Internet high five, y’all. Especially you, lucky downloader number 20,000,000. And thanks to everyone who’s joined our mobile family along the way. Today, we have two top 20 free media and video applications…

BitTorrent Surf Beta Launches Today On Chrome And Firefox

2013/04/15

In early January, we launched an Alpha of BitTorrent Surf, a Chrome plugin that brings BitTorrent to your browser. Today, we’re ready to catch bigger waves. Yep. Puns. We went there. With big thanks and props to our Alpha users, we’re ready to release the Beta version of BitTorrent Surf.

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BitTorrent Remote: Access BitTorrent On iOS And Android Devices

2013/04/03

Got a torrent you want to download, but you’re away from your home PC? Want to grab a documentary for movie night, before you check out of work? This happens to us all the time. And that’s why we made BitTorrent Remote. BitTorrent Remote is a remote control that lets you access BitTorrent on your…

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Solving The Internet’s Congestion Problem

2013/03/22

BitTorrent CEO Eric Klinker discusses the impact of distributed computing on Internet sustainability. Originally published in Harvard Business Review, March 22, 2013. An open, neutral Internet has been a force for sweeping social change: democratizing information, commerce, and access to jobs, triggering GDP growth and a rising standard of living. Our collective ability to equally…

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SXSW Update: BitTorrent Live Now An Open Beta

2013/03/12

For anyone with mobile video or webcams, for anyone in the moment, on the ground, or on the front lines; for everyone with the need to break news or break it down in real time: BitTorrent Live is now open. Get involved.

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SF Music Tech: The Challenge To Creative Sustainability

2013/02/22

Earlier this week, we got the chance to hang out at SF MusicTech, talk shop, and demo some new projects. The theme of the conference may have been unofficial, but it was everywhere: how can technology support the arts? And it was probably less of a question than a mandate.

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SF Music Tech: Surf And Artist Tools Update

2013/02/19

Over the course of the past year, we’ve partnered with musicians, filmmakers, and storytellers on a series of experiments. Our goal has been to create a more sustainable distribution model for the Internet’s creators and fans. Within 365 days, we’ve been able to create a legitimate content ecosystem 85-petabytes-big; connecting 16 innovative artists with 170…

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SF Music Tech Countdown: The Era Of The Engineer

2013/02/16

SF Music Tech countdown. In just a few days, Bram Cohen and Young Guru will break down the present/future of engineering. If you’re in SF, join us for the panel (February 19, from 10.40 – 11.40am), and watch one of the world’s best distributed engineers go head to head with one of the world’s best…

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SoShare Public Beta: Sending Unlimited

2013/02/15

We’d like to share something with you. We call it SoShare. It’s a simple, free file delivery service. And it’s a beautiful way to move big ideas and massive projects around the web, powered by BitTorrent. SoShare’s a public beta that evolved out of a simple need. As coders, designers, and content creators, we have…

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Calling All Bay Area Independent Artists and Bands

2013/02/15

Independent artists, unsigned bands, and hard-working members of the local music community: you’re the force that’s shaping the future of music. We thank you for keeping it real, making stuff, and making stuff awesome. We want to hear from you. And we want to know how we can help. If you’re interested in sharing your…

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