Today's April Fool's Day and the web is littered with fake news and announcements. Here's list of favorite fake tech announcements and products this year.
Google's April Fool's Day pranks are legendary, but a new humorous concept device is actually a tantalizing look at what might be possible if cash is still king in 50 years.
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3D glasses are just so annoying and stupid, aren't they? That's why Toshiba has made 3D literally twice as awesome by condensing all the magic of the third dimension into... Wait for it... The Spectacle.
High-end gaming mouse maker Razer's entry into today's cornucopia of fake, jokey crap is the Razer Talon, a "high precision biomechatronic exoskeleton." I kind of wish it was real.
OK, I'm no fan of April Fool's Day, but this is pretty good. Hulu has made its homepage look like it's straight out of 1996, complete with frames, gifs, and episodes of Ally McBeal.
As we cautioned, today's April Fools' Day, and what better way to kick off the pranks than with a phony new way to use Gmail by Google. Introducing Gmail Motion, the world's first email client that performs mundane email tasks with silly motion gestures.
Hold onto your chairs, folks, because it's April 1 and everything you see on the Internet today will be a damn lie. In some cases — as it is with ThinkGeek every year — that lie is admittedly awesome. Take the above Angry Birds pork rinds for instance (complete with awesome vid over on ThinkGeek). Now you can enjoy those snorty-laughing pigs as the spoils of war. That's only the tip of the iceberg, though — we've collected our favorite ThinkGeek gags down below.
April Fool's Day. It's the Super Bowl of pranksters, when everybody — gadget sites included — tries to fool people into believing absurd and ridiculous stories. And then sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Sometimes we hear about a product...