Pre-caffeine tech: Frankenstein rabbit, (more) Sharknado!

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

Apple is investigating an accident in which a Chinese woman was killed by an electric shock when answering a call on her iPhone 5 while it was charging, the U.S. technology company said on Monday.

India sends its last telegram ... Stop.

Everyone is really sad about Cory Monteith.

Space for all! Small, cheap satellites may one day do your bidding.

Some man viewed porn using Safari, then filed a lawsuit against Apple.

Here's what you need to know about Reddit’s DIY porn forums.

Inside a Real Doll factory (NSFW-ish)!

That viral Internet "Frankenstein" rabbit is a modern-day jackalope ... turns out.

An ambitious new study is analyzing real-time data collected from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts volunteered by veterans and active military personnel in order to develop a way to identify those who might be at risk of suicide.

Here's a controversial "Lolita" chatbot which catches online predators.

And because it never gets old, somebody actually bothered to debunk the idea of Sharknado.

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