Following high level talks with the IFPI and very public declarations on national TV, it recently became clear that Bulgarian authorities would start taking down torrent sites and other file-sharing services. This week the Ministry of Affairs has been busy targeting what it describes as a “criminal network” of file-hosting services which allegedly generated more […]

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Hewlett Packard (HP) will not use Windows Phone 7 on its future smartphones, the company confirmed last week. The IT giant’s European vice president said HP will use WebOS on its smartphones but will use Windows 7 for its Slate tablet, due to be launched later this year. HP has also registered the name PalmPad […]

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The U.S. Copyright Group (USCG) has been all over the news in recent months. The lawyer group sued thousands of BitTorrent users who allegedly file-shared motion pictures belonging to their clients, including the Oscar-winning Hurt Locker. However, it turns out that USCG are not copyright purists either, as they have blatantly copied the website of […]

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After adding support for the iPhone last month, BitTorrent Inc. has now made the remote access ‘Web’ feature of its uTorrent Falcon client compatible with the iPad and Android devices. uTorrent users can now remotely control their downloads from wherever they are on their favorite mobile device. This year BitTorrent Inc. has been very active […]

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