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BitTorrent explores feature film distribution, opens file-syncing project to the public.
The popular Internet radio company Pandora has swelled to more than 200 million listeners, doubling its user base in the last two years alone.
If you want to keep an eye on your house without spending a chunk of change to upgrade your security system, People Power's free app turns your iOS devices into surveillance equipment.
Create playlists and suggest movie and TV titles to friends using Vdio, a new pay-per-view video service from social music streaming site Rdio.
Released Tuesday, BitTorrent Live opens in beta as a new way to stream live content.
Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy is quitting the online radio service, which -- like many of its competitors -- is struggling with increasing royalty rates paid to record labels.
Live-streaming concerts is quickly becoming a way for musicians to connect with their audience and supplement sales. Tech companies are clamoring for a spot in the streaming space.
Vimeo viewers can rent six full-length, independent films, a glimpse of the rental library the site will launch in coming months.
Turn your iPhone into an android--sort of: Romotive returns with the second generation of its Romo smartphone robot.
Learning how to cook is a breeze with apps, blogs, and sites designed to guide you step-by-step.
Lytro rolls out new manual controls and accessories for its light-field camera in time for Tuesday's launch.