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Pre-caffeine tech: Last post before the zombie apocalypse!

This year’s Doodle 4 Google competition is at an end, and after 5 million votes and 107,000 submissions, seven-year-old Matteo Lopez of South San Francisco, Calif. emerged as the national winner with “Space Life.”

It didn’t push “Zombie Apocalypse” out of Twitter’s top trending topics, but President Obama’s speech about U.S. policy in the Middle East and North Africa was the subject of a lot of impassioned tweets Thursday.

Speaking of Twitter, here's how a daughter's tweet saved her mother's life.

Speaking of families, Verizon Wireless will offer family plans for data services supporting multiple devices including smartphones and tablet computers.

Apple's battle against the fast-spreading "MacDefender" Trojan just got interesting. According to an internal memo, Apple is telling support staff not to talk about the Trojan with customers who call for help.

And then there's Sony: First a massive security breach forced Sony to shut down the PlayStation Network, then there were difficulties in restoring the game service, then there was a security flaw in the PlayStation Network password reset feature ... and nowa phishing site was discovered hidden on Sony's servers.

Verizon Wireless will offer family plans for data services supporting multiple devices including smartphones and tablet computers.

Here's how Playboy pulled a fast one on Apple.

Instead of simply getting on one knee and pulling out a ring, a man custom-made a Harry Potter-themed Android app in order to propose to his girlfriend of two years.

In closing, here are 50 reasons why the world is definitely ending on Saturday.