Yo ho yo ho, a pirate's life for me. And for you! And for everyone! Because downloading BitTorrent files just got a lot easier. BitTorrent is finally pushing its torrenting browser plug-in, BitTorrent Surf, to beta for you to try. That means you don't have to deal with pesky desktop clients, your browser (Chrome or…
Though we're still waiting to see what the PS4 is going to look like, we definitely have a handle on the guts and how the next gen system will work. And that includes downloading PS4 games digitally. According to Sony exec Shuhei Yoshida, every single PS4 game will be available to download online.
Can't wait to download a new album or TV show? Don't want to wait until you're on your home computer? From the people who created the BitTorrent protocol more than a decade ago, comes an app that lets torrent on your phone.
Last week rumors circulated that the BBC was planning to launch a video download store that could give iTunes a run for its money. Now the director of the BBC has confirmed that he plans to roll the service out.
We've been excited about the new Muppets movie for months, and now it's here. Have you seen it? We have! And we love it. And we love you too, so here's a Muppets/Gizmodo ringtone—totally free. Happy Thanksgiving! Happy Muppetsgiving!
At last, at long last, iTunes Match has gone live, giving you access to your music, in the cloud, without you ever having to upload a thing. All download, no upload sounds like a formula for success.
Wal-Mart confirmed it will close its online MP3 store on August 28th. The retail giant will abandon digital sales and concentrate on physical media sales in its stores.
LTE is on the rise and HSDPA+ is expanding, yet a recent survey from Morpace suggests most smartphone owners are yawning at 4G wireless technology. What is wrong with these folks, why are they not falling for the marketing hype?
Watch out DSL providers, your fancy, schmancy fiber optic technology is about to be blown away by a cable telecommunications company from Suwanee, Georgia.
I've never actually been but I hear the Pacific Northwest is beautiful. Apparently, there's some really fast internet there too. An FCC report says that Olympia beats every US city in download speed at 21Mbps. That's nearly double second place.
If you regularly download torrents on your computer, chances are you'll want to explore getting them directly onto your iPhone, too. Luckily, you've now got a couple of options to do this.
According to The Pirate Bay guys, they can't confirm if Comcast is actually blocking the site, but there has been "a significant drop in visitors from the US." CrunchGear's Matt Burns can't load the site, but what about you? Let us know in the comments below, while we wait to hear what Comcast's spokesperson has to…
A watched pot never boils, and a watched download never finishes. Honestly, I'd rather my laptop just say "hey, chill, working on it" than give the kind of false hope it seems to specialize in. [Doghouse Diaries]