April 1st, 2014 was, as always, one of the more interesting days to spend surfing the Internet as lots of tech companies decided to have fun, but one prank went a bit too far.
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Nokia jumps into the April Fool's Day mood with the "announcement" of the Windows Phone-based Nokia 5AM-TH1N6 Constellation microwave oven, complete with a touchscreen that can be used with oven mitts
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.
Microsoft's April Fools' Day activities continue today with the "announcement" of the Do Not Tracksuit, which is designed to keep people from being tracked in both the real and virtual worlds.