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 will be holding its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from June 11 until June 15 this year. As usual, expectations for the event are high — after all, it could bring a new product announcement or two.
Speaking of what's next from Apple, Sprint is fixin' to confirm an unlimited data plan for the next iPhone!
A California lawmaker wants cellphone firms to report how often they release consumer location information to law enforcement officials, but the industry says it will fight the measure, says the ACLU.
Speaking of spying, we use GPS to get around unfamiliar cities and neighborhoods, but here's a new type of location service could be giving you directions from the dairy section to the frozen foods aisle at the grocery store, and tracking every step you take.
What do you do with your hard drive when you're done with your computer? Because one in 10 second-hand hard drives still have personal data on 'em!
In other PC news, your PC is going to die on July 9 if you've got this malware.
More on privacy! Not long after the launch of Google Drive, the company's cloud-storage service, the Twittersphere erupted with concerns about what Google could do with your content. And no wonder — but Google's policy about owning your stuff is no worse than others.
And from BuzzFeed: "This chipmunk in the middle of a meal just found out how many carbs you ate today ..." and 34 other animals who are kind of worried about you.