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Pre-caffeine tech: Spock is not impressed

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Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning. Here's everything that you need to know before taking that first sip of coffee today:

One of the key members and spokesperson of LulzSec, which is allied with the Anonymous group of hackers, was arrested Wednesday according to UK police. But is he really the guy?

The U.S. Higgs boson team is escalating the hunt for elusive subatomic particle!

In a stunning move, Nintendo has announced that it will be gutting the price of its almost-brand-new Nintendo 3DS game machine by a whopping $80.

Holocaust survivors have issued a "plea" to Facebook to "deny access to their powerful social networking platform to anyone promoting" the notion that the Holocaust should be denied or that it was a hoax.

Hulu users watch more TV than Netflix members ... and half of Netflix users tune in with video game machines.

Cell phones don't raise cancer risks for kids, according to Science.

The White House totally rickrolled a Twitter follower.

The iPad 3 may be here before Christmas, if not Thanksgiving.

Amazon plans to ship 4 million tablets by the end of the year.

Is Google+ traffic grinding to a halt? Maybe.

Whateves! Spock is not impressed.

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