Aug. 29, 2012 at 9:13 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.
Where in the world is Mark Zuckerberg? Facebook is the middle of a stock price meltdown, and doing a crummy job handling its crisis, say experts.
Meanwhile, consumers are still a bit hazy on what exactly "the cloud" constitutes when it comes to computers; 51 percent thought inclement weather would interfere with cloud computing, and around the same number claimed never to use it — and nearly all of them were wrong.
And remember that researcher who thought she spotted previously undiscovered Egyptian pyramids in Google Earth imagery? It turns out that there really are some ruins in the picture, but they’re not pyramids.
Speaking of Google, how about that obnoxious Nexus 7 ad on its homepage?
Want to be a "genius?" Here's Apple's secret employee training manual to help you do just that!
An update to the Bluetooth standard is making it easier for devices like Nike+ and the Fitbit, which need to transmit information like steps taken and pedal cadence, but had to brew their own solutions for doing so. Now they can use Bluetooth, just like earpieces and other accessories, to do so.
The highly anticipated online fantasy game "Guild Wars 2" officially opened its doors today and already hundreds of thousands of players have flocked to the game. And a few are getting the boot!
Uh-oh! The guy behind the 'Your Baby Can Read' program — videos claiming to teach infants to read — is in trouble with the Federal Trade Commission.
Redditers raise a lot of money for various good causes -- and now the online community is getting a button to make it easier.
If you want to save money when shopping online, here are the best days to do that.
In closing: Firefly 10th Anniversery Poster! Firefly 10th Anniversery Poster! Available for pre-order now! (You probably don't need it ... but still.)