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:
There's plenty of uncertainty regarding the location and condition of Col. Moammar Gadhafi right now, but the information that is available has been summarized in a clever animated video.
Google Maps changed the Libyan location previously known as "Green Square" to "Martyr's Square"on its popular online mapping service.
Google is also working on further integrating Google+ within its other services — so expect to see recent Google+ posts in your Gmail soon.
But there's more bad news for Android smartphone owners — a new variant of a scary data-harvesting Trojan has beenfound in Google's official Android app market.
Also, college kids don't know how to Google, says Science.
Meanwhile, Twitter is rolling out a new feature "user galleries" right now -- a neat and organized way to view the last 100 photos you or another user tweeted — all in one place.
Apple suppliers are manufacturing a lower-priced version of its hot-selling iPhone 4 with a smaller 8 gigabyte flash drive, according to ins.
A disgruntled WikiLeaks employee permanently deleted a bunch of secrets.
A bridesmaid attended wedding ... via an iPad. Classy.
In closing, please give a hand to the winners of BuzzFeed's Enthralled Owl Caption Contest.