Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
Are the NSA leaks putting American's at risk? Eh. Not so much.
Facebook wants to be the newspaper of mobile devices, turns out.
Don't forget! That Facebook hole exposed data for six million users!
What online privacy stuff should you actually care about? Let's find out!
And for what it's worth, here's a law that would stop your car from spying on you.
Brazil's biggest protests in decades are a confusing, conflicting mix of people and messages. Blame Facebook.
Too much #hashtag? Time to wise up about the pound sign.
Here's the history of early computing machines, from ancient times to 1981.
And here's how a sleazebag slipped through Kickstarter's cracks.
And because I can't shut up about "Game of Thrones" (And because there are 146 baby girls in American named Khaleesi) : OMG! Check out these awesome "Game of Thrones" scenes made out of Lego!
Compiled by Helen A.S. Popkin, who invites you to join her on Twitter and/or Facebook.