Aug. 3, 2012 at 9:34 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.
It sounds like one of those crazy rumors you get in an e-mail from a friend: "Did you hear? They're going to tax the Internet!" Only this time, it's true.
In an attempt to throw some sanity into the world, we've reviewed the latest Apple iPhone rumors — and tell you which are likely to be true.
Great minds think alike? A patent application submitted by Apple looks very similar to the signature feature of Microsoft’s Surface tablet computer.
Samsung Electronics is set to take the wraps off a sequel to its popular Galaxy Note smartphone at an event on August 29, about two weeks before the possible debut of Apple's new iPhone.
Newsflash: You wouldn't know what to do without your cellphone, but it's still a P in the B. As unsurprising as that finding may be, a new study illuminates the four key points of stress that come from human/phone interaction.
Plus, here's a guy who texted "I need to quit texting," before driving off a cliff.
If you've ever wanted to visit a NASA Space Center and examine a shuttle up close, this may be your best chance to do so without actually flying to Florida or Texas.
In closing, BuzzFeed's Dave Stopera has tracked down the 24 most ridiculous Wikipedia picture captions.