A new extended video, tied to a GoPro Super Bowl ad, shows eight minutes of Baumgartner's epic jump.
The creator of the addictive game confirmed on Twitter that he will bring it back, "but not soon."
Microsoft is responding to the "very small" subset of unhappy customers whose consoles can't play discs with a digital copy of one of four exclusive launch titles.
The famous actor feels moved by the progress the government agency is making, and their excitable Twitter exchange helps create a brilliant tagline for the future.
On today's 404 episode: Coin's all-in-one credit solution, a device that sniffs out marijuana, millennials crowdfunding their moves to NYC, and the future of the love industry is in the hands of the Oculus Rift.
MTV-owned Logo TV presents a show about people who claim to be in love with objects, such as cars, planes, Monopoly boards, and a Ferris wheel called Bruce. No, the iPhone didn't seem to feature.
On the campus of the University of North Carolina, a startup called Bevii sends an e-mail bulletin. It mimics the university's alert system and likens the company's impact on the market to a school shooting.
The emergency broadcast system of a television station in Montana is hacked to broadcast the announcement that the undead are coming.
Valve head Gabe Newell has laid bare his company's plans to release a PC for the lounge next year.
The move means in-house development of Star Wars 1313 and Star Wars: First Assault is over, but the games may be completed by third-party developers or by Disney Interactive.