Aug. 9, 2012 at 9:16 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning. Here's everything that you need to know before taking that first sip of coffee.
Dang, impatient! A new study reveals that 80 percent of mobile phone users will wait about five seconds for a page to load on their mobile devices before cutting bait.
In other news, WikiLeaks has reportedly been under DDoS attack for the last five days.
Check it out! The front of the "iPhone 5," leaked ... allegedly.
Speaking of which, somebody is selling an unopened original iPhone on eBay ... for $10,000!
And you thought Apple Store employees were nice as well as knowledgeable! One quick-thinking worker helped rescue a woman who told the clerk she'd been kidnapped.
A group of gay gamers is starting "the first gaming and tech convention with a focus on LGBT geek culture." The convention, scheduled to take place in San Francisco next August, will be called GaymerCon.
A Wisconsin teen is texting champ -- again! 17-year-old takes home $50,000 prize for typing 149-character message in 39 seconds.
Meanwhile, check out The Verge's report about "the strange new world of basement body hackers."
Here's a couple who ordered a TV on Amazon and got a semi-automatic rifle instead.
In closing, y'all need to stop talking smack about gymnast McKayla Maroney, "mean girl" of Team USA (or not), and enjoy the awesome meme she's inspired via the Tumblr blog "McKayla Is Not Impressed." Even she kinda digs it.