Imagine winning $250,000 playing a video game? That's just what our guest, University of Oregon student Justin Chavarria, did this morning playing in the MLB 2K13 Perfect Game Challenge.
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On today's 404 show episode, we'll tell you how to predict Apple's next hardware designs, what to do if a SWAT team breaks down your door, and which songs work best under the covers.
In an innovation that could benefit the disabled, a French researcher finds a way to trick the eyes into moving more smoothly so they can be used like a pencil to write cursive.
After the chipmaker was dealt another major legal setback in its ongoing battle with Broadcom, Qualcomm announces its general counsel is stepping down.
Everything you need to know about the best Michael Jackson song.
Student Kara Spencer never thought she'd be brought up on disciplinary charges for contacting professors to protest plans for a shorter fall semester. A ruling is expected soon.
Why not spell out the reasons for the price increase instead of cheering a potential $1 billion payday? Public-relations experts say there's a better way to deliver bad news to subscribers.
News Corp.'s social network features a new marketing campaign by jewelry house Cartier, a brand that's out of reach for most of the music-loving teens who made the site famous.
The Virtual Distance Football tells you exactly how far you've thrown it.