June 7, 2013 at 9:18 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
As the definition of "social media" loosens, so does Facebook's grip on the masses — while the Home of the Poke still retains a billion-strong user base, people are starting to use it less, divvying up their interactions and uploads.
If you've got 6,500 silkworms sitting around and happen to be a clever scientist, you might be able to cajole them into building a huge dome.
Are Pandora, Google Play Music All Access, Spotify, Rdio and other music streaming services about to be smacked around by the Cupertino-based company which fueled the digital music revolution in the first place? Rumor is that an "iRadio" music streaming service is on the way.
"You don't collapse in terror that someone might be using [Google] Glass in the bathroom just the same as you don't collapse in terror when someone comes in with a smartphone that might take a picture," Google CEO Larry Page reassured folks during the company's annual shareholder meeting.
Just in time for your weekend date with Hulu and a bucket of ice cream, the Hulu Plus app for iPad gets a huge redesign.
BlackBerry Messenger is coming to iOS and Android this summer, but probably not on June 27, despite rumors suggesting otherwise.
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