Azureus

  • Vuze/Azureus being pushed out on prominent BitTorrent sites

    Vuze/Azureus being pushed out on prominent BitTorrent sites

    There's a bit of a controversy in the BitTorrent community, friends. Two rather prominent, so-called private trackers, whose names I will not mention "just because," have announced that they will be banning Vuze, the former Azureus, one of the elder statesmen of the BitTorrent protocol. Say what you will about the direction Vuze took—I hated it—but there isn't a more powerful torrent… Read More

  • Vuze: BitTorrent With a Friendly Legal Face

    Vuze: BitTorrent With a Friendly Legal Face

    Vuze is a BitTorrent based content distribution platform that competes in the ever growing TV over internet market. Vuze comes from BitTorrent application provider Azureus and is built on the Azureus platform. We previously looked at Vuze when it was known as Zudeo in December 06. An awful lot has happened in this space since in the past six months, including the launches of Joost, Bablegum and… Read More

  • 2TB RAID Array From Other World Computing: Enough Space For You?

    2TB RAID Array From Other World Computing: Enough Space For You?

    People who leave Azureus running all day long could benefit from this 2TB RAID array from Other World Computing, said to be the Largest Ever. It’s got a regal-sounding name, the OWC Mercury Elite-AL Pro Dual 2.0TB RAID solution, as well as a price that only kings you afford—laughing out loud!—$1,099. The 7200RPM drives connect to your rig using either a FireWire 800, 400 or USB… Read More

  • First Big Partner for Zudeo: BBC

    Zudeo, the new “100% legal” content sharing site launched by popular BitTorrent company Azureus two weeks ago, just nailed a distribution deal with the BBC. That just took them from a theoretically cool product to a player in the online video space. Under the agreement, BBC will license a number of television shows to U.S. users, including Red Dwarf, Strange and Invasion Earth, Little… Read More

  • Azureus Launches Zudeo For Finding And Sharing Video

    Azureus Launches Zudeo For Finding And Sharing Video

    Azureus will launch Zudeo Monday morning, a content indexing site for finding and sharing large video files. The company told TechCrunch on Friday that they would be partnering with 20 major TV and film studios to provide free programs, although they won’t name the partners just yet. Azureus is known for their peer-to-peer applications and Zudeo will build off of that, allowing users to… Read More