When the latest alpha version of uTorrent was released earlier this week several users spotted something unusual in the 'about' window. For years the uTorrent client belonged to BitTorrent Inc., but all of a sudden ownership was being credited to an unknown company named Gyre Inc. The uTorrent team was quick to fix this 'coding mistake,' but they couldn't wipe out a trail of evidence suggesting that BitTorrent might rebrand itself in the near future.
The developers of the popular uTorrent Bittorrent client bringing the version of the application to 3.2 Stable on the Microsoft Windows platform. The client itself has not yet picked up the new version which at the time of writing i... Read Post
BitTorrent today announced its privacy-focused P2P messaging platform Bleep is now available as a public alpha. In addition to the Windows app, the company has also released Mac and Android versions. Less than two months ago, BitTor... Read Post