Sep. 27, 2012 at 9:00 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
Three more U.S. banks report possible cyber attacks -- this report follows last week's attacks on JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America.
Meanwhile, IEEE, a worldwide organization of engineers, computer scientists and researchers, inadvertently exposed the usernames and passwords of 100,000 of its members. Whoops!
The 200 richest people in the world have their own creepy version of Facebook.
What Facebook is no longer doing is asking you to snitch on your friends.
The iPhone 5 camera isn't much better than the 4S cam, according to our tests.
A ban on laptops by the German parliament has given rise to a humorous, anachronistic protest by the country's Pirate Party: instead of laptops, they brought in a typewriter.
When Nintendo's new Wii U game machine launches on Nov. 18,it will arrive in stores alongside a line-up of 23 games.
Also, porn search engine coming to an Internet near you. You heard me.
In closing, if you find Daniel Radcliff (aka Harry Potter) wandering down the street at 4 a.m., he will totally come to your party. Apparently.