Nov. 15, 2012 at 9:57 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
The latest Twitter heat map offers a real-time analysis of random data via supercomputer — the SGI UV 2000 Big Brain supercomputer at the University of Illinois — to tell you almost exactly how America is feeling.
Somebody swiped a NASA employee's laptop, potentially putting thousands of workers and contractors at risk.
The Israel Defense Forces' website has lots of information, social media and outreach, but on Wednesday added an element that may surprise some: A live blog of "Operation Pillar of Defense," what it's calling the country's efforts against "terror targets" in Gaza.
Apple, however, won't allow a drone app in it's App Store and that's making protesters angry.
In other Apple news, iMacs may appear later than planned ... at least according to this one report.
But hey! Nintendo's Wii U is here ... and Kotaku's keeping a running list of loves and hates. Check it out!
In closing, 35 things you will never again see in your life ... unless you invent a time machine.