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Now you’ve got another way to burn through your mobile data caps: BitTorrent just launched a beta version of its uTorrent client for Android. The new mobile software allows torrent downloads straight to your Android phone, and should help BitTorrent grow its mobile user base. Read more »

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Cloud gaming provider OnLive has a new CEO: The company’s founder and original CEO and President Steve Perlman has left, and is being replaced by OnLive’s former head of operations. The exec shuffle comes just two weeks after an abrupt corporate restructuring. Read more »

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Lectures from Stanford, Rice, Duke, UCSF and a dozen other schools are being made freely available worldwide in dozens of languages, thanks to a partnership between online education startup Coursera and crowdsourced captioning service Amara. All of the captions are contributed by volunteers. Read more »

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Redbox Instant by Verizon doesn’t want to beat Netflix with a bigger catalog, but rather focus on fewer titles that matter. You know, like that Redbox kiosk in your supermarket. Coinstar CEO Paul Davis revealed some details about the service during an interview. Read more »

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Hulu relaunched its site with a focus on much bigger artwork, which replace the math-like tables listing each and every episode of a show. The new site layout also features a much-improved movies section, and will be available to all users within the next few days. Read more »

Brad Hunstable shows off Ustream's Honeycomb app

Ustream.tv has been cashing in on its premium broadcasting services, which allow customers to stream live video without ads: The live streaming site announced Wednesday that revenue from this line of products grew 290 percent year-over-year. And increasingly, those streams are viewed on mobile devices. Read more »

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