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:
Is your ISP cheating you out of bandwidth? A new U.S. government test offers a hint.
Meanwhile, five sentences in UK prime minister David Cameron’s address on the London riots are causing an Internet meltdown. It's a bit of an overreaction, and here's why.
UK police are trying out Scotland Yard's updated face-matching program with it photos of looters and vandals snapped in the act.
An Indiana schoold district messed up big time when it punished two teen girls over a racy lollipop picture, a judge ruled.
Did we mention? Soon, you'll be able to send text and video 911 messages.
LinkedIn said it heard from members "loud and clear" protesting its use of members' profile photos in ads, and will stop using them — but users still have to opt out.
HTC rolled out a bunch of new products yesterday. Here they are.
Images of Android's "delicious" Ice Cream Sandwich leaked on the Internet. Here's what that looks like.
OKCupid just made it easier to find your true love by adding location-based dating to its mobile apps -- just like Grinder!
If you receive an email on your corporate BlackBerry that contains a picture, be careful — the image may be a cover for a sneaky online attack.
In closing, this Japanese girl is totally levitating! A lot!