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Pre-caffeine tech: Dangerous models, YouTube stars!

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Will Facebook Subscribe kill Twitter? Doubtful — here's why.

Is Netflix losing customers, thanks to its price increases? Probably.

Heidi Klum is now the "most dangerous celebrity" to search for on the Web, with Cameron Diaz moving to No. 2, and relative U.S. celeb newcomer Piers Morgan at No. 3.

Meanwhile, young men who like to surf online for porn and dates are most at risk to being victimized by cybercrime, according to a new report by security experts.

A proposed update of the U.S. online privacy rule for children would revise definitions of personal information and beef up parental consent mechanisms to reflect technological changes.

Grandparents Bruce and Esther Huffman weren't doing extreme skateboarding or dangerous stunts in order to get more than 2 million views on YouTube. They're just awesome.

In other news, 3-D printers aren't just for industrial design -- they now print adorable food!

Canon upgraded its top two top point-and-shoot cameras, and both are worth checking out

Here's the latest in iPhone 5 launch date rumors, for what it's worth.

In closing, 20 pictures sexier thanScarlett Johansson's nudes.