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:
You took Wikipedia for granted and now it's losing editors. "We are not replenishing our ranks," Jimmy Wales said. And that's a problem.
Facebook is fixin' to put advertising in your News Feed. Here's what to expect.
Word is, the next Windows mobile update is awesome — so awesome Apple and Google should be worried.
Nonetheless, 94 percent of iPhone users say they'd buy another.
Here's how your face — and the Web — can tell everything about you.
Osama bin Laden taunted with propaganda photos and videos that left us asking: where in the world is he? U.S. spy agencies want software that analyzes and identifies where such imagery was made.
Great. Even the human bloodstream isn't safe from computer hackers. Well, insulin pumps, anyway.
Ben Huh — the dude who turned Caturday into the I Can Has Cheezburger empire — is challenging GQ over his inclusion on the magazine's top 15 worst dressed men of Silicon Alley.
Dear Netflix: I'm kind of relieved we broke up. (Red-envelope guilt as movies stacked up was as bad as the price hike.)
Somebody's got to do the work, but the online dictionary is losing editors and Helen A.S. Popkin goes blah blah blah about the Internet. Tell her to get a real job on Twitter and/or Facebook. Also, Google+.