From Michael Arrington's history of abuse allegations to Microsoft's next-gen Xbox, these are the top stories from across Gawker Media.

TechCrunch Founder Michael Arrington’s History of Abuse Allegations Includes an Assault Investigation - Gawker

When TechCrunch founder turned venture capitalist Mike Arrington was accused last week of rape and abuse by an ex-girlfriend, many in Silicon Valley were shocked, but not entirely surprised. This is because rumors that Arrington abused women have circulated almost from the time he started his career in the tech industry. Gawker has learned of two previous instances, a decade apart, in which Arrington was accused of violent, abusive behavior towards women.

This New Camera Stabilizer Could Change Cinematography Forever - Gizmodo

A new piece of filmmaking gear was just announced that could completely re-invent the complex process of camera stabilization. It's currently being tested and endorsed by Vincent LaForet, who's given us a little taste of what it's capable of.


The Story Of "Wrong Way" Willie And The Buzzer-Beater That Lost A Game - Deadspin

A 1978 Indiana high school basketball playoff game ended when a player scored into the wrong basket at the final buzzer. The player, Willie Carter, still won't talk about what happened.


Microsoft Apologizes for Employee's Always-Online Tweets, Avoids Saying If Next-Gen Xbox Will Require Online - Kotaku

Microsoft is sorry about yesterday's Twitter drama surrounding Adam Orth, a creative director at the company's Xbox division, though they're not ready to speak freely about the part of that drama that could actually affect the future of Xbox gaming.