Monthly Archives: September 2010

Announcing Artist Pilot Program and New Apps

Today is the first day of the TechCrunch Disrupt conference, and we have a couple of exciting announcements to share. First, if you check your new apps feature (recently released in the new BitTorrent Mainline client and the µTorrent beta), you’ll find two cool new apps. The first brings the world-famous TEDTalks directly to you, […]

BitTorrent Mainline for Mac 7.0

Today we are updating BitTorrent Mainline for Mac to version 7.0. Now all of our consumer clients share the same underlying BitTorrent download engine. Version 7.0 is a native cocoa client for Mac OSX 10.5+ Universal, and shares the same high speed and low resource benefits of our Windows version. BTML Mac users can now […]

Crunch Time! BitTorrent at TechCrunch Disrupt

Just a heads up that the BitTorrent team will be at the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon and Conference. The schedule of events is below, so if you’re at the show please stop by and say hello. We’ll be talking about our latest experiments in connecting content creators and consumers, including case studies on the Pioneer One, […]

Shared Film Festival at the Open Video Conference

Over the past few months we have worked with several indie artists to distribute their work via BitTorrent. As a company, this is something that we are passionate about, because we think there is great potential for artists to leverage the distribution economics of BitTorrent to reach a large and engaged audience to not only […]

The Arrival of Apps

We’ve always strived to make the BitTorrent client simple and useful, basing our design philosophy around this core ideal. At the same time, we recognize there are many features that may enhance your experience – by choice. The solution? Apps. Available today for the first time in a new release candidate build of the BitTorrent […]

Introducing µTorrent Server for Linux

If any group has embraced the possibilities and power of BitTorrent for distribution, it is the Linux community. Virtually every distribution is available via torrent download and many even ship with a BitTorrent client in the default configuration. While the BitTorrent Python code has always been available for Linux users and uTorrent runs very well […]