Lionsgate names the Does in the Expendables 3 lawsuit, Cox responds to music publishers and Kim Dotcom launches MegaChat.
Microsoft needs some loving, Kim Dotcom launches MegaChat, Apple Watches your battery die, Ello adds media embeds, Amazon becomes Transparent, and old people play GTA V. Microsoft Wants You To Love Windows 10 Microsoft desperately wants to be loved. Show More Summary
It’s about a year late, but Kim Dotcom’s encrypted audio and video calling service has finally arrived. Dotcom and the Mega Conspiracy Team announced on Thursday that MegaChat has officially entered public beta, allowing users to place video calls and share files with their contacts over a secure line. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom has launched the beta version of his encrypted voice and video chat service called MegaChat, which is being touted as a "Skype killer." Dotcom, Internet entrepreneur and the founder of the defunct file-sharing website Megaupload,...Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom, the founder of Megaupload, launched the encrypted video cal service MegaChat to compete with Skype.
Mega owner Kim Dotcom isn't halting on his plan to launch new services with a focus on security, competing against what's already available on the market. Today, the company announced the release of MegaChat, a new web-based communications platform that's billed as a Skype competitor. Show More Summary
The infamous brains behind MegaUpload, Kim Dotcom, has just launched the beta version of his latest product: a browser-based encrypted video calling and file-sharing service he hopes will take on the Microsoft-owned Skype. Called MegaChat, the service uses what is … Read more ›
Kim Dotcom & Co. has launched a new audio and video chat service, which it hopes will provide stiff competition for Skype. It certainly has one major selling point up its sleeve: it offers end-to-end encryption for all communications. Read more...
It's been in the pipeline for more than a year now, but finally Kim Dotcom's Mega is ready to share its encrypted chat service with the world. 'MEGAchat' is pretty light on features -- it's basically just audio and video calls right now -- but the fa...
Kim Dotcom's Mega has launched a public beta of its MegaChat end-to-end encrypted audio and video chat service, which it claims will offer a more secure alternative to Skype. The in-browser…
Kim Dotcom, the infamous entrepreneur behind Megaupload, has released his latest product. Currently in beta, MegaChat is a browser-based encrypted video calling and file-sharing platform that is being positioned as a Skype competitor. Read More
Kim Dotcom is making good on his promise to take on Skype with MegaChat, a new browser-based end-to-end encrypted audio and video chat service that has just launched today. The service is still in beta but open to all registered users to try for free on the company’s new Mega.nz domain. Show More Summary
An extradition hearing is set for June 2015. Based on history, don't hold your breath.
He allegedly made over $200 million enabling illegal downloads. Now, the US government wants his tush in jail and is money confiscated. Web kim dotcom piracy megaupload
U.S. govt targets Kim Dotcom's wife, film student accused of trying to pirate a film with a 3D cam and Pirate Party rep to draft new EU copyright law.
In new court papers, Justice Department lawyers attack her story of the marriage and bring up tens of millions of dollars allegedly gifted to her read more
A claim by Kim Dotcom's estranged wife Mona against 50% of assets seized following the raid on Megaupload should be rejected, the U.S. Government says. Dismissing her interests in the property as "inchoate and murky", the U.S. insists that Mona should get nothing. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and anonymous VPN services.
Since Edward Snowden leaked NSA files to the press in early 2013, revelations of further surveillance have trickled out fairly regularly. The latest information from the leaked files is that the NSA have been able to store IMs and calls...Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom has been touting development of a secure chat service for more than a year, but it looks like those plans are finally firming up. He now claims that the project will launch "soon," and suggests that it might be named MegaChat. Whatever it'...