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.
The UpperCut is not a thing. Never was, probably never will be.
Do you break down in a fit of jealousy whenever someone sends you an email with that smug 'sent from my iPhone' tagline? Now there's a way to join them, without having to fork over any of that big iPhone money. A Chinese service will automatically add the tagline to every email you send, for just $1 a month.
Ian Magee was sick of people speeding past his house at double the speed limit, so he installed this fake speed camera in a really conspicuous spot on his property.
Put this one in the smells kind of fishy file. A Georgia man claims that a local Walmart sold him a fake iPad, and now the store is refusing to give him a refund.
Though it reminds us of the ill-fated enormously expensive V-22 Osprey, we'll give the Hotelicopter a fair shake and file it under "Believe It When We See It." Set to make its maiden voyage this summer, the Hotelicopter is an...