Sep. 21, 2012 at 8:32 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
People may be waiting outside Apple Stores to buy the iPhone 5, but that device's biggest feature (apart from its extra-large screen) is already available to millions of users: iOS 6. And since its release yesterday, it's already on 15 percent of iPhones and other iOS devices.
If you didn't stay up until 3 a.m. to pre-order an iPhone 5 last week, you were probably too late to get one confirmed for shipment by Friday morning. So what do you do now?
Meanwhile, Wal-Mart will no longer sell Kindle -- ask Amazon if it cares.
"A Twitter history of the Arab Spring now leads to a lot of long-gone Web pages," notes Natasha Lennard in a Salon story about disappearing documentation on the micro-blogging site.
Well, at least Twitter outlawed animated gifs ... that's one migraine avoided.
Many people prefer that you do not declare your love for them on Facebook or Twitter. Text messages are preferred, according to this one survey.
Speaking of Facebook and creepy, here's what WolframAlpha can tell you about your Facebook account.
Listen up kids! You can't "cyberbully" teachers in North Carolina anymore -- unless you want to get in trouble with the law.
In closing, this My Little Pony mod is totally freaking me out. You?