April 3, 2013 at 10:11 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
Yoinks! Bank website attacks have reached new high: 249 hours offline in past six weeks!
Meanwhile, the U.S. Army does not have an "effective" cybersecurity program for mobile devices, says the Department of Defense's Inspector General, with some phones not appropriately configured to protect stored information or able to remotely wipe data if the phones are lost, stolen or damaged.
In non-hacking news, a new iPhone, one that looks just like the iPhone 5, may be released this summer. But why?
Also, the Toronto Public Library has Fahrenheit 451-themed alternate reality game! What an awesome idea!
Robocalls: They’re annoying and distracting – and in most cases, prohibited by law. So the FTC just awarded $50,000 in a contest to help stop them.
How do you count komodo dragons? Let's find out!
In closing: Cows are cool, y'all. Seriously.