June 11, 2013 at 9:58 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
Yesterday at the World Wide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled OS 7, iTunes Radio, a new MacBook Air and offered a sneak peek at the new. Check it out!
By combining the best of Apple design with good ideas from its competitors, Apple's latest and greatest is exactly what Apple needed to fend off the competition — and bring the cool factor back.
Microsoft kicked off the Electronic Entertainment Expo Monday morning in Los Angeles, showing off a bevy of exclusive games and touting the new console's prowess. They also announced the price and availability of the console: $499, starting in November.
Sony showed off the PlayStation 4 starting at $399 with a host of games that don't require you to be online all the time, earning them cheers at their E3 press event.
In other E3 news, South Park: The Stick of Truth," the role-playing game being developed by "Fallout: New Vegas" and "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II" maker Obsidian Entertainment, will hit the shelves this holiday season for current-generation consoles.
Speaking of big tech events...here's this: Ridiculously Long Men's Room Lines at Tech Conferences: A Photo Essay.
Meanwhile, tablets are becoming more familiar members of the American household, with 34 percent of adults now owning a tablet, "almost twice as many" as a year ago, according to a new study.
Regarding Edward Snowden, the guy behind the PRISM leak: Casting judgment on the leaker is way easier than seriously dealing with the leak.
How will 3-D printing rebuild reality? Let's find out!