June 8, 2012 at 9:49 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 today.
Internet users continue to make things very easy for hackers. A close inspection of a portion of the 6.5 million leaked LinkedIn passwords proves people keep making foolish password choices. Here's 30 of the dumbest!
Around the same time LinkedIn confirmed reports that user passwords had been compromised, and urged users to update their passwords, the email phishing attacks began.
Also, LinkedIn is now working with the FBI as the social network for job seekers and professionals investigates the password thefts.
Speaking of security, Facebook is adding some security updates for the nearly half-billion mobile users of the social network.
Facebook launched its own App Center late Thursday, offering users of the social network more than 600 apps from which to choose, from games like "Words with Friends" and "Marvel: Avengers Alliance" to lifestyle, news, sports, travel, photo and video programs.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion will no longer produce the cheapest version of its poorly selling PlayBook tablet, but it said it remains committed to a tablet computer market it has struggled to break into.
Oh, and women of the Web? You're wasting your time!
"Larry" the Twitter bird may have slimmed down, but here's 30 of fat birds that should hit the P90X!