Nov. 16, 2012 at 9:29 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
As Israeli and Palestinian forces clash in Gaza this week, those same armies are engaging in a real-time battle of hashtags and twitpics, trying to win the hearts and minds of watchers around the globe. Here's what that looks like.
Meanwhile, hacker collective Anonymous has embarked on a campaign to harass and disable Israeli websites in response to the country's attacks on those tied to Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
A Google project hinted at in a number of cryptic messages around the Internet has been revealed as a massively multiplayer online game that uses the real world as its map.
Meanwhile, the LTE iPad Mini, 4th-gen iPad is now in stores.
For what it's worth, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says Microsoft may be more creative than Apple.
Check out these crazy submicroscopic images from the 2012 FEI Image Contest!
Meanwhile, Nintendo mania will claim your kids -- according to this 1991 newscast, anyway.
Here's a rather interesting essay: The Myth of the Fake Geek Girl.
In closing, possums are just creepy. Agree or disagree?