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Remember Bump, that nifty little app that let you transfer data from phone to phone — or phone to computer — with a handy little NFC-free bump? Well now it belongs to Google.
File sharing site The Pirate Bay set sail 10 years ago. While the site and its founders have had plenty oflegal trouble along the way, like Keith Richards, they refuse to abandon ship. They’re marking a decade of file plundering with a typically typo-laden decree and a new way to circumnavigate torrent blockades.
Not too long ago, BitTorrent launched a little project called Sync that provides practically unlimited cloud storage. Now, the professional sharers are rolling out yet another service called “SoShare” that promises to let you easily send huge files to friends an coworkers with little to no hassle. Up to a whole terabyte at the click of a button.
Right now, Mega, the zombie file-sharing service currently only useful for people with infinite patience and/or dial up internet, doesn’t offer any sort of password reset or recovery system. If you forget your Mega password, you’re out of luck.
Almost exactly one year ago, MegaUpload unexpectedly went down in flames. Now, Kim Dotcom’s new venture, plain old “Mega” is rising from the ashes. But things will be different this time. Why? Dotcom’s prepped this baby against all manner of attack and its encryption is the first line of defence, for him and for you.
Mega, Kim Dotcom’s big, flashy new copyright-dismantling file-sharing/storage site with encryption up the wazoo has finally launched. You can head on over and sign up right now. That is, so long as the site can hold under the crazy traffic. So far, it looks like it’s getting crushed under traffic. Different people are experiencing different things.