Manhunt for John McAfee comes to an end (week in review)
Fugitive software pioneer is arrested, while Apple and Samsung head back to court. Also: Netflix goes Disney.
The weeks-long hunt for software pioneer turned fugitive John McAfee ended this week with his arrest in Guatemala.
McAfee, who was sought by police in connection with a shooting in Belize, wasfor allegedly entering the country illegally. The 67-year-old founder of the company that bears his name apparently entered Guatemala to seek asylum from officials in Belize, who have been pursuing him for the past few weeks in connection with the shooting death of his neighbor.
The Guatemalan government
A California judge once again has asked both sides to put an end to things in their ongoing court battle.
Apple's chief professes his love for Apple and desire to do everything he can to make sure the company achieves its highest potential and avoids internal politics.
The deal will let Netflix subscribers stream films from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Marvel, and Disneynature. Starting in 2016, that is. You knew there was a catch.
In rare example of election year bipartisanship, U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passes a resolution today reaffirming commitment to "a global Internet free from government control."
Instagram disables its Twitter cards integration, which means that photos now appear oddly cropped on Twitter. Instagram's CEO pledges that his company will remain integrated with Twitter in some form, though.
At the LeWeb conference this week, the social-networking giant says there are now more than 350 apps on its site, with more than 1 million monthly active users each.
Eric Schmidt describes uneven ties between the smartphone rivals and registers surprise at recent Apple decisions governing their relationship.
Using spare parts and mission plans developed for NASA's Curiosity Mars rover, the space agency says it can build and launch a new rover in 2020 and stay within current budget guidelines.
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