Pre-caffeine tech: Fake reviews, real space risks and more

Don't try this at home, kids!

Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.

Foursquare fans might be a bit annoyed to see that the service is being hit with new location-based ads.

Everyone can now finally use the redesigned version of Google Maps on the Web.

Some of the (fake) negative reviews written online aren't by folks who are trying to knock a company down a few pegs ... instead they're drafted by its biggest fans.

The mysterious "Hyperloop" form of transit proposed by Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk will be unveiled on Aug. 12.

Tuesday's potentially deadly spacesuit soaking demonstrated just how much astronauts depend on the clothing and equipment they have to wear when they go outside the International Space Station.

AT&T's new wireless plans aren't all that great of a deal, some suggest.

Google Glass users give their devices commands by saying "OK Glass," but the magic phrase could've been "Pew Pew Pew" or "Go Go Glass."

A PayPal error temporarily made one man a quadrillionaire.

Popular messenger app WhatsApp is being hit with a subscription fee of a dollar a year.

Tumblr is asking users of its iOS app to change their passwords and download a "very important" update.

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