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Pre-caffeine tech: Google fashion, Nic Cage crazy!

via Gizmodo
via Gizmodo

Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.

Sony may not have revealed what, exactly, its forthcoming game machine — the PlayStation 4 — will look like, but on Wednesday the electronics giant and its partners did give the world a look at some of the games it will play. Check it out!

Here's how the FBI tracked Aaron Swartz: "FOIA'd files reveal how federal agents watched Swartz's online activity, noting even banal details."

Meanwhile, this cheating boyfriend was totally busted thanks to Russian map site.

And cops used Facebook to notify this mom of her son's death.

Here's why we're not perpetually tongue-tied, says Science.

Google is totally developing touchscreen devices using the Chrome operating system, says the Wall Street Journal.

Google is also valiantly attempting to convince you its virtual reality eye wear, Google Glass, doesn't look dorky.

Whatever happened to the phone phreaks, those dudes who "demonstrated that the mundane telephone could become a gateway to virtual adventures which spanned the globe, anticipating the culture of hacking today?" Find out in this fascinating interview from the Atlantic!

Satisfied? "Harlem Shake" is now No. 1 after Billboard added YouTube to its chart formula.

In closing: This Nic Cage whiteboard somehow makes Nic Cage more insane!

Compiled by Helen A.S. Popkin, who invites you to join her on Twitter and/or Facebook.