BitTorrent is one of the pioneers in peer-to-peer technology to deliver videos. Today, there are still a number of BitTorrent users - the company has 135 million members, I'm told by co-founder Ashwin Navin -- who use the site for illegal downloads. In my interview with Navin, he talks about how BitTorrent is trying to combat piracy with its new partnership with Netgear. The store launches on Feb. 5, and will cost $200 per box.
Now, selling boxes isn't the easiest business. So, how will BitTorrent succeed in this market? Check out the interview for that answer: