Dubbed the “Netflix of Pirating”, popular BitTorrent client Popcorn Time made its debut on the iPhone screen last week with an off-the-books iOS app
Popcorn Time is a multi-platform, open-source BitTorrent client with a slick media player that makes downloading an illegal copy of, say, Horrible Bosses 2 as simple as clicking play on a Netflix title
While several separate iterations of the Popcorn Time software exist online, Popcorn-Time.se is the…
A group of Internet companies have withdrawn support from Internet.org, the buzzy Facebook-backed service that aims to bring people in developing countries online, following a backlash in India over net neutrality.
Businesses such as travel website Cleartrip, news channel New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) and the Times Group, a media company that owns Times of India, all yanked content from Internet.org in India, where they offered some of their content for free.
Finding your lost phone just got easier — as long as it’s an Android device.
Searching Google for the words “Find my phone” will call up the Android Device Manager tool that shows where your phone is on a map. From there, you can tell the phone to ring, lock, or have it wiped completely.
On Chrome, calling up the tool is as easy as speaking. Since Chrome accepts voice searches, all you need to do is say the words, “Find my phone,” and…
Android users: Your wait for Meerkat is almost over.
Meerkat is now allowing Android users to sign up to get access to the beta version of the Android app, the company announced Wednesday
The company had previously confirmed an Android version of the livestreaming app was in the works but this is the first time it has announced the availability of a public beta.
Android users who want to get their hands on the early version of the…