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Pre-caffeine tech: Unicorn apocalypse! Seal dogs!

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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: 

Apple's new CEO Tim Cook thanks you for your random email with this upbeat reply.

If you're thinking about buying an iPad, don't shop at a McDonald's parking lot -- a woman who thought she was getting a bargain bought instead a $180 piece of wood.

The Samsung Galaxy S II gets a bigger screen, 8-megapixel camera and more powerful processor while remaining surprisingly skinny. It launched overseas in April, and is finally making its way to America.

There are several new mobile apps to help discourage texting while driving, and AT&T has joined the effort with its own free app, released Tuesday, called DriveMode.

You may know of it among your college friends, or if you're a parent, among your kids' friends: plagiarism is becoming as common as Wi-Fi connections at coffee shops.

Seal Team Six needs a new doggy cam — the dogs have wireless cameras, with batteries and antennas, for recon and fighting.

Meanwhile, U.S. military personnel based abroad can make free phone calls home, starting immediately, using Google's calling program from Gmail.

Groupon? Living Social? Yawn. Nobody cares about daily deal sites anymore.

Zynga — you know, the FarmVille guys — has a new Facebook game with which to waste your time: Adventure World!

In closing, the unicorn apocalypse is adorably terrifying!

 Helen A.S. Popkin goes blah blah blah about the Internet. Tell her to get a real job on Twitter and/or FacebookAlso, Google+.