Posts Tagged ‘April Fools’

Here are the top best April Fools Day 2015 pranks from the world of tech. Complete details, images, videos can be found right here.

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We’ve had more than our fill of Google Glass coverage during the past twelve months, and with Facebook having recently purchased Oculus VR, even Sony has been teasing the virtual reality tech Project Morpheus that it hopes will enhance the PlayStation experience. With this sudden interest in face-worn computers, SEGA wasn’t going to be left out, and while other companies seem to be looking into the future, SEGA has taken us on a trip down memory lane with its own Mega Drive head-mounted wearable.

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You have to jump back to the turn of the century to remember a handset that managed to define a generation: the Nokia 3310. We all loved it. We all had one. We all played Snake on it. And now, thanks to some marketing genius from within Nokia, the 3310 is back with a modern twist ready to take on the big boys of the current age.

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It’s that time of the year again at which point the really funny folks come out to play. Google is always game for a joke or two on April 1st, and has begun the tomfoolery with a little adjustment to its famed Maps app. Essentially, it brings a Pok√©mon Challenge element to the revered navigation tool, and since it’s now April Fools’ day in many parts of the world already, the Big G has already delivered its prank to tech fans.

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Google set the tone nicely for this year’s April Fools by announcing the closure of YouTube alongside a new “Treasure Mode” for its popular Maps service, but the Big G isn’t the only company feeling a little mischievous this Easter Monday. Many other big names, from Twitter to Samsung, have joined in the camaraderie, and here, we take a look at some of the good, the bad, and the downright hilarious of today’s spoofs.

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In two rather surprising moves, Google today changed the way users will interact with two of its post popular services; YouTube and Maps. One has received an all-new mode for people to use, whilst the other is going the way of Google Reader.

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