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.
Apple CEO does not care for your comments about Apple not caring about worker abuse in China.
Twitter announced Thursday that it would begin restricting Tweets in certain countries, marking a policy shift for the social media platform that helped propel the popular uprisings recently sweeping across the Middle East.
Teens ages 13 and up in the U.S. can now join Google's social network, Google+, although the search giant said it is adding safety measures for younger users. What it didn't say is that it adds to Google's efforts to get more users on Google+, including an announcement earlier this week it will allow users to have alternate names.
Meanwhile, Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill didn't spare Facebook in her speech opening a forum on Data Privacy Day — even though the event was live-streamed by the social network, in conjunction with the National Cyber Security Counsel.
Meanwhile, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler might've sung about a "dude [who] looks like a lady," but Google's convinced that a lady — yours truly — has the Internet browsing habits of a dude.
The next time you make a particularly strange typo, don't throw your keyboard out the window — instead just smile. Smile, because it's possible for a simple typo to lead to a marriage -- like it did there these two.
In closing: "Facebook & Twitter For Seniors For Dummies" exists.