June 6, 2012 at 9:22 AM ET
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.
Also, "moot" aka Christopher Poole -- the guy who founded 4chan -- tweets that he's already been banned.
LinkedIn is having a bad couple of days -- right after it was revealed its iOS app collects meeting notes, 6.5 million encrypted passwords were posted to a Russian hacker site.
Apple and Google are known to fight on occasion, so we shouldn't be surprised that the two are having a little tiff over maps right now. But let's review what's going on.
You might want to think twice about that Android app you're about to download. Even if Google's built-in malware scanner gave it a green light, there's still a chance it could be a fake.
The biggest video game show of the year has just barely gotten under way and yet ... so much has already happened. Here are five games getting big buzz straight out of the gate.
An anonymous tipster claims to have hacked into Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's private email account.
Here's how a bunch of Facebook friends rescue 'Miracle' the dog ... who had a plastic container stuck on here head, among other miseries.
And in closing, toast art! It's adorable!