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Pre-caffeine tech: Cell phone safety, Fancy Crab!

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 today:

Good news everybody! Your cell phone isn't giving you cancer.

The AT&T, Sprint and Verizon Wireless versions have all sold out (at least temporarily). And the overwhelming demand is understandable, given the brilliant Siri voice-controlled assistant, faster dual-core processor and super-sharp 8-megapixel camera. But which of the carrier models is best?

Meanwhile, tablets beat netbooks this quarter for the first time, aaccording to a research firm that says there's no going back.

Amazon's Kindle Fire is off the hook with one important group when it comes to privacy worries about Silk, the specially created Web browser for the new e-reader/tablet due out next month.

Google Gmail is getting a makeover, and Google Reader is ditching your friends.

You know the computer networks that control power plants and financial systems? A top FBI official says they'll will never be secure enough and a new, highly secure alternative Internet should be considered.

You know how most cameras have to focus on one particular thing, or else give you a blurry mess? Lytro is the first camera that captures all the light in a scene in such a way that you can focus later — after you've taken the picture.

Steve Jobs really really really really hated Android, according to his bio that goes on sale Monday.

Here's how Mark Zuckerberg froze out his sister Randi at Facebook.

And here's how to avoid cyberscams surrounding Gadhafi's death.

In closing, Fancy Crab is the 1 percent.

— compiled by Helen A.S. Popkin, who invites you to join her on Twitter and/or FacebookAlso, Google+.