March 5, 2013 at 9:37 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
The iPhone 5S arrives this summer! Maybe!
In related news, that petition regarding the ability to "unlock" mobile phones got a number of responses, first from the White House itself, and then from representatives of the FCC and the Library of Congress. The gist is: A rule's a rule, but we're going to look into it.
At one time, TweetDeck was one of the most popular clients for Twitter users, so popular Twitter bought it in 2011 — and now has essentially killed it for mobile phones and the computer desktop.
Speaking of Twitter: A year-long study from Pew Research found that what's said on Twitter isn't always in line with public opinion at large, often differing sharply from a broader slice of the American public. But surprisingly, it doesn't always lean the same way.
Looking for something on the Web? Chances are, you turn to Google. The results you see are a product of complex machinations, and for the first time, Google is giving people a behind-the-scenes look at how search works.
Speaking of a bunch of stuff on the Web, how much does Wikipedia weigh? Let's find out!
Yeah, about that Internet — here's a study that says rude comments can affect your judgement.
Users of the upcoming Galaxy S 4 (which was teased in a video Monday) may get to test out a whole new kind of hands-free experience. It's possible that Samsung's latest phone will utilize powerful new eye-tracking technology.
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