Aug. 14, 2012 at 9:18 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.
Following more than a week of DDoS attacks, WikiLeaks.org was back online late Monday after a private company stepped in to help.
Many Internet users speculate the attack on WikiLeaks is related to information the site recently published about a wide-spanning American surveillance system called TrapWire. What's TrapWire, you ask? And is it really spying on Americans?
Meanwhile, an archaeological researcher claims to have found two sets of what may be undiscovered pyramids in the Egyptian desert by using Google Earth, but experts say it's way too early to set the discovery in stone.
Somebody stole computers and personal items worth more than $60,000 from the Northern California home of the late Steve Jobs.
Here's a jailer who got fired for sending Facebook friend request to a Georgia inmate. Shocking.
In other Facebook news, the Federal Trade Commission says the social network misled hundreds of paying developers into thinking their apps for the social network were receiving special attention.
If Google + offers vanity urls, will you use it? Because, guess what!
Here's a Kickstarter for a giant robot named Stompy! STOMPY!
In closing, wasabi grilled cheese and 19 other recipes that are either really brilliant or really gross ... or both!