Google has embedded a minion GIF on every email, as a part of their yearly April Fools' pranks. Unfortunately, the image did not bode well for people, with some allegedly losing their jobs.
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Although multiple companies will be celebrating April Fools' Day with parody products or adverts, Google is going all of out utilizing all of its services and products to prank the world.
Interested in purchasing a drone? OnePlus has just unveiled their latest product, the DR-1. The DR-1 is a highly affordable drone that will retail for $19.99 USD.
Google has introduced "Smartbox by Inbox," a mailbox that - among other things - zaps people for junk mail, has apps, and has folders to organize the different categories of mail we'd receive.
Just in time for April Fool's day, Google has entered its fun mode with the launch of a Pac-Man version of Google Maps that actually lets the users play on the streets of their choice.
Microsoft has brought Clippy back to life for a limited time at Office Online, and Microsoft has even unveiled a physical version of Clippy available at stores around the world.
Nokia has announced the launch of its new 3310 with PureView, based on the beloved Nokia 3310 that sold over 125m units. The new device includes a 41MP camera, 2GB of RAM, 3in display and Snake II.
Twitter's new April Fools' service will help users having difficulty keeping their tweets to the 140-character limit imposed by the social network, as vowels are being removed except for a premium.
Google's latest application gives the Internet smell - over 15,000,000 scentibytes of smell, to be exact! Will this new app make the mainstream, or will it be a smelly pile of poop?
In their latest April Fools' prank, Google have released a third layer for its mapping service, offering the capacity to browse the globe as a treasure map. Ahoy!
Google has long history of trying to play April Fools' pranks on their users, and this year was no different with hoaxes across a wide range of their services. Here's a round-up of all Google's...
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