Karlo Marković-Pugar

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MH17 crash: More bodies transferred to Netherlands

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1095000/1095752_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524628961_002b3050efb883e8d634217ab99f1a05<p><b>Two transport planes carrying bodies and remains of those killed on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 have landed in the Netherlands.</b><p>The planes …

Apple To Potentially Pay More Than $400 Million In E-Book Price-Fixing Settlement

Apple Inc. has agree to shell out more than $400 million to settle consumer claims that is colluded with publishers including HarperCollins and Hachette Book Group to fix e-book prices, according to New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman.<p>The iPhone maker’s settlement stems from a July 2013 …

TiVo Founders Shutting Down Qplay Video Service Fewer Than 6 Months After Launch

Qplay, the video streaming app and device from a couple of TiVo co-founders, is closing down next Friday. The shutdown marks a short life for the service, which launched in February this year with a $49 streaming device and expanded to the iPad just last month.<p>The company was founded in August 2012 …

There's An 11-Day Hole In Snowden's Story About Hong Kong

<i>Editor's note: This story was based on reporting from The Wall Street Journal and other sources. That reporting was incorrect, as new documents from The Intercept have shown and definitively detailed Edward Snowden's whereabouts during the period in question.</i><p><i>The Intercept's documents showed that</i> …

Search engine turns the tables on hackers by exposing their info

Want to see a textbook definition of irony? Look no further than Indexeus, a search engine that primarily exposes the info of malicious hackers caught up in the very sort of data breaches that they inflict on others. As it was originally structured, people had to "donate" $1 for every record they …