March 29, 2013 at 9:32 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
Surprise! Facebook sent out an invitation to the media late Thursday afternoon for an April 4 where the company would show off their "new home on Android."
A San Francisco photographer, who discovered his stolen camera on Craigslist, turned Web sleuth, getting back his camera and assisting in the thief's arrest.
Finally! Riders of public transportation in New York and Salt Lake City are the first to get real-time departure info in Google Maps. Washington, D.C. residents will also get a bit of new live transit info.
Take a look at what may be the new face of the next generation of video games -- the face is fake, but the tech is real!
Meanwhile, New York University is aiming to cement its position as a leader in the young field of video game studies by opening a 40,000-square-foot institute called the Media and Games Network in downtown Brooklyn next fall.
Salon says "Google lost its cool" ... and here's how that happened.
And the Atlantic explains how to freak out, appropriately, about the Internet War Apocalypse
In closing: The cutest Easter photos that every happened! EVER!