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BitTorrent Client, anything new?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 1, 2006

For several years now, I have only tried a single bittorent client ever - BitTornado. I have heard of a lot other clients available out there, most of them seem to be more popular than the one I am currently using -- there's azureus, uTorrent, BitComet, Turbo Torrent, Bit Lord, Shareaza, etc (see complete list here). My question is, "Am I missing anything new out there?" What bittorent clients have you tried and which one do you think works best? Are some clients faster than the others? Are there any special/extra features out there I should know about? Just curious.…

In search of a new BitTorrent Client

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 17, 2010

Been using BitTornado as a client for some time now and for a while, I also tried the built-in torrent downloader of the Opera browser. BitTornado looks okay but I was wondering if there are any other clients worth looking into out there. I was checking Wikipedia and the list of clients there also indicated the usage share: Xunlei: 29.3% µTorrent: 25.8% Vuze: 24.0% BitComet: 4.3% Transmission: 3.3% BitSpirit: 2.0% Haven't heard of Xunlei before but it turns out it's the most commonly used bittorent client in China, thus the huge popularity in terms of usage share. Outside of China,…

Seesmic Desktop 2: All-in-One Social Client

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: September 10, 2010

The only social media client I have installed in my laptop is TweetDeck (the same one I used in my iPhone and iPad) but it looks like Seesmic Desktop 2 is going to replace it already. Seesmic D2 allows you to manage over two dozen social media accounts and web services -- from Facebook and Twitter to FourSquare, LinkedIn and MySpace or -- just one social client to rule them all. And that's on top of the iPhone and Android clients already available. Best part of it is that developers can create their own plugins to extend compatibility to…

Blog Client and Analytics on Adobe Air

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: September 28, 2007

Two new desktop softwares developed via Adobe Air got me interested lately. Check out Google Analytics Air and Air Press below. Both clients run on Adobe Air which is a cross-operating system runtime that allows web application developers to use their existing web development skills (HTML, Javascript, Adobe Flash®, Adobe Flexâ„¢, Ajax) to build and deploy rich Internet applications to the desktop. You can download a copy of it here. Google Analytics Air is a Google Analytics Reporting suite that takes Google Analytics to your desktop so you don't have to login to a web browser to check your stats.…

YugaDeals: Sapido DSL+3.5G Router & Torrent Client

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: June 21, 2011

Our deal for this week is a DSL and 3.5G WiFi-N router from Sapido that works as Torrent client, Printer Server, FTP Server, Webcam server and network storage -- everything you'll need for in a network at home. Tried the router last week and been using it as a back-up router at home. You can connect it to your DSL router and plug in a 3G dongle so that when the DSL is down, it will dial up to 3G and connect you back within minutes. As a torrent client, you can hook up a storage device in one of…

Snap, a Google Play client for BlackBerry 10

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: February 4, 2014

If we thought that BlackBerry OS 10 devices are doomed, this is probably the best news we've heard from their camp in a long while. Presenting Snap, a Google Play client for BlackBerry 10 devices running the latest 10.2.1 update which just rolled out. From the UI stand point, it looks like the BlackBerry World but with Google Play apps. That means more apps and more fun for the good ol' BlackBerry 10. In order to use Snap, you must first sideload it to your BB10 device. If you haven't tried sideloading apps into a BlackBerry before, here is a…

DOTA 2 exits Beta, now ready for download

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: July 10, 2013

After spending two years in Beta, Valve has finally made second iteration of the Defense Of The Ancient (DOTA) available for download through its delivery platform Steam. In anticipation of the influx of gamers who wish to play/download the game, the developer decided to continue with the queuing system that they’ve implemented even when the game was still in beta. How this works is that users can already extend their intent to play/download the game now, but will have to wait in the “Launch Queue” to be given access to it. The notification will come in a form of email…

Winamp waves farewell after 15 years

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: November 21, 2013

Back to the days when we dislike our stock media players on our PCs, Winamp is our go-to application for a better experience. Sad news, it is no longer staying with us. Winamp was popular during the 90s and early 2000s. This was during the good old days of Win98 and XP where things are simple and straight forward. It even had a Mac and Android version to keep up with the times. For an undisclosed reason, Winamp will be having its last download available on December 20, 2013. With that, all fans and users of the media player can… Yet another Web IM Client

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: April 11, 2007

Here's another web-based IM client - The service runs on Lighttpd, Pidgin (formerly Gaim), Ubuntu, and YUI. They have a blog here and looks like they're the same guys running Aryty of Gorilla Mobile. If you go to that page, a Certificate Authority window will po-up which is kinda annoying. I then tried to log in to all the 4 IMs supported -- YM, AOL, GTalk and MSN. However, I got confused a bit since there's only one buddy list showing up on the page and it's a little hard to identify which IM is which contact you are…

Firefox 3 Download Day goes kaput!

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: June 18, 2008

Mozilla has been hyping today as Firefox 3 "Download Day" in order to set the Guinness World Record for the most downloads in 24 hours. Everybody's talking about it, bloggers are blogging about it but when the time came (around 1:00am MST), the Mozilla website went kaput! Great PR waiting for a disaster. Download sites are down or not loading on the first couple of hours od D-Day --,, can't be accessed. Over 1.5 million users have pledged to download the Firefox 3 browser on D-Day. They practically  asked for a DDOS and did not prepare for…