Popcorn Time, the app that was once popular for making pirating movies as easy as watching Netflix, has shut down. Its original developers abandoned it in 2014 but it has survived as open source.
An impressive new exploit gives hackers the ability to control your desktop through malware spread by fake movie subtitles. The exploit, which essentially dumps the malware onto your desktop and then
There are corks popping around the MPAA offices today. The American trade organization is claiming responsibility for shutting down several pirating services including a popular version of Popcorn Tim
Popcorn Time has been called the Netflix for pirated movies, but it requires the installation of a desktop application. Not anymore. Now thanks to a site called Popcorn Time In Your Browser you’
Popcorn Time, the service sometimes referred to as the “Netflix for pirates” because of the way it makes it easy to stream pirated content to your PC or mobile device, is now getting a lo
Let's say there's a torrent online you would like to view. After all, torrents themselves are perfectly legal. Instead of downloading the torrent, paste the link to the torrent in Joker.org and watch
When your product streams pirated content, it's safe to expect some complications along the way. The Time4Popcorn fork of the popular Popcorn Time project recently had to find a new domain following t
Popcorn Time, the so-called Netflix for pirates, is now on iOS. It’s never been easier to watch pirated movies and TV shows on the iPhone or Android device. Is it illegal? Not really. Shady and
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The beauty of open source software strikes again. Fleex is a platform to learn English by watching movies, TV shows, TED talks and more. The French startup just forked Popcorn Time, the so-called Netf
Hollywood's <a href="https://techcrunch.com/tag/popcorn-time/">worst nightmare</a> just went mobile.
A popular fork of Popcorn Time just launched its Android app. Time4Popcorn's Popcorn Time app
Popcorn Time's evolution continues. <a target="_blank" href="http://www.time4popcorn.eu/">A popular fork</a> of the original software is launching on Android as soon as tomorrow, one of the developers
After <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2014/04/02/popcorn-time-has-gone-dark-again/">a brief stint</a> without a home, <a href="https://techcrunch.com/tag/popcorn-time/">Popcorn Time</a> is back online
The saga continues. Popcorn Time, the so-called Netflix for pirated content, has vanished from its splashy website and GitHub home. The latest popular fork of open source project is gone, but the prog
The absolutely lovely irony with Popcorn Time is that it's doing for the distribution of pirated movies exactly what the movie industry needs to do for itself.
It's been an exciting week in the land of gadgets.
Google revealed a version of <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2014/03/18/googles-android-wear-a-nexus-program-for-smartwatches-debuts-with-the-lg-
Imagine for a moment if Napster were cloned hundreds of times. If there were a NapsterStanford, a NapsterMIT, or a Napster for your high school completely independent from, yet just as powerful as, th
Behold the power of open-source software. After the untimely death of the original Popcorn Time, a so-called Netflix for pirated content, the project was forked several times on GitHub. And guess what
Update: Two days after this article was published, another group of developers re-released Popcorn Time. The details are here. Hollywood won. The open source project called Popcorn Time is dead after
Update: The installer is back on Mega. Popcorn Time is a magical program that takes all the hassles out of torrenting a movie. It’s Hollywood’s worst nightmare. It’s essentially Netf