July 12, 2012 at 9:37 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.
So 450K Yahoo Voice passwords were posted online -- the affected accounts appeared to belong to Yahoo's VoIP service.
Oh! And there's a hole in Instagram that lets others view pictures you've marked private, says this one researcher.
Facebook is among the many companies that are embracing a combination of new technologies and human monitoring to thwart sex predators ... but the results are mixed.
Well, at least there's this: The Facebook Anti-Virus Marketplace, which offered free anti-virus software, Facebook has debuted "Malware Checkpoint for Facebook," which will scan anyone's PC for any viruses, worms, Trojans
Here are the worst tweets from the first year of Twitter, according to Gizmodo.
In another news, eHarmony wants to help you lie to your date with its Bad Date Rescue app that fakes a phone call.
Here's how the Internet brought a dog to a devoted, adoptive owner together ... 650 miles away.
A teardown of Google's Nexus 7 — along with an analysis of its components and some guesswork — revealed that the $199 device contains about $152 worth of parts.