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:
"I messed up. I owe everyone an explanation," blogs the Netflix CEO, announcing that Netflix will now split DVD and streaming movie services, and changing the name of the DVD-by-mail service Qwikster ... which will no doubt confound everyone.
In other perplexing news, Windows 8 is a two-faced OS. But will users appreciate Microsoft’s dual-pronged approach or just get confused?
Facebook seems to have partnered with every big music streaming service.
Meanwhile lost iPhones aren't Apple security's only headache — secrecy is one of the $350B company's chief assets, and it's getting harder to ensure.
Speaking of spies, these declassified U.S. spy satellites reveal rare look at Cold War space program.
In other security news: Don't be a ScarJo! Here's how to stop pervs from stealing your naked pictures!
Video gamer solved in three weeks a molecular puzzle that stumped scientists for years — and that amazing accomplishment could point the way to crowdsourced cures for AIDS and other diseases.
In closing, Jon Stewart’s Michele Bachmann iimpression.