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:
Skype launched an iPad app and then — just like Keyser Söze — it was gone.
Android owners cannot wait to dump their current phones for iPhone 5, allegedly.
Facebook spammers are recycling social network scams at such accelerated speed, the flimflammers are now resorting to tricks ripped from "Law & Order" plotlines ... apparently.
Foursquare now gets 3 million checkins a day — and it would like it if you wrote reviews.
Sony is quite pleased with the work development studio Sucker Punch did with its recently launched "inFamous 2" game for PlayStation 3 — so pleased it bought the company.
For decades, scientists have been using a clip from a 1979 boxing movie called "The Champ" as a standard for film-induced sadness, but now there are other contenders for the title.
Any literate Luddite can write his own wedding vows — and not endanger the future of humankind. Instead, Miguel Hanson wrote his own minister.
Speaking of which, check out this "kick ass" Sci Fi web series made for less than $10K! In Pittsburgh!
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