Download BitTorrent Files from Your Browser with BitTorrent Surf Beta

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 Firefox) effectively becomes the only BitTorrent client you need. Read More >>

You’ll Be Able to Download Every Single PS4 Game Digitally

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. Read More >>

You Can Download BitTorrent Files with Your Browser

Though torrenting files has been around forever, there has always been a relatively high barrier of entry that kept normal people from diving in. Not anymore. BitTorrent just announced Torque, a new JavaScript interface that'll let you download BitTorrent files right from your browser. It's going to be so easy now. Read More >>

Google’s Jelly Bean Ready for Download Right Now

Right after announcing its latest version of Android at its developer conference last night, Google has now dumped a version of the OS online for a select few users to download and install. But it's for Galaxy Nexus owners only at the moment. Read More >>

The BBC Is Planning Its Own Paid Download Service to Compete With iTunes

We heard rumours back in January that the BBC was thinking about making pay-per-view access to its back catalogue available through iPlayer. Now it seems the Beeb is looking to take things one step further with a download-to-own service, codenamed Barcelona, that'll see its entire library, new and old, available to buy from £1.89 a show. Read More >>

Microsoft Unleashes Its Windows 8 Consumer Preview For Your Downloading Pleasure

Want to try out a taste of Windows 8? Now you can, and it’s feature complete too. As promised, Microsoft’s unveiled the consumer preview of its latest and greatest operating system at MWC. It's made some 100,000 changes to the previously released pre-beta developer preview and has bundles in everything you’re likely to see in the final product. Read More >>

Music Industry To Sue Google Over Pirate Search Results?

In recent months, the proverbial has really hit the fan for file sharing sites. But now, the music industry may be turning its sights to Google instead, focusing on the results they return to people searching for music. Read More >>

Finally, Now You Can iMessage From Your Mac

Apple’s just rolled out a beta of their replacement for iChat, iMessages for Mac. Now you can message people across iPhones, iPads, iPods and Macs all from one unified messaging system – about time too. Read More >>

iTunes Match Is Now Live (In the US, Anyway)

After a slight delay, iTunes Match has gone live, giving Yanks access to their music, in the cloud, without ever having to upload a thing. All download, no upload sounds like a formula for success -- but will it ever make its way to the UK? Read More >>