From the fake murder scene on Google Street View, to the burglar that logged into Facebook on his victim's PC, and the guy who proposed with 99 iPhones, we look back at top NeoBytes :) news from 2014.
Smartron S805 Android TV box: Unboxing and first impressions
Office 2016 launching this year, touch apps coming soon
Introducing Windows 10 for phones
NewerTech Wireless Aluminum Keypad Review
NewerTech Wireless Aluminum Keypad
Hands on with HoloLens
Download: Windows 10 build 9926
Behold: the parody video Microsoft probably wishes it could release as part of its 'Scroogled' campaign, introducing Google BlackMail: "Either sign up for Google+ or we release all your private info!"
Still craving the return of the old-school Start menu? Then the Windows 95 Phone from Nokia could be what you're looking for, fusing the classic OS with Nokia hardware in one terrifying abomination.
"Our customers' love for Siri proves that ignorance is bliss. They still want to go on unforeseen adventures with Apple Maps..." Behold, the video showing how Apple *won't* announce its new iPhone.
Social media, gaming, music, video, apps...all in the palms of our hands. But what would our world be like without mobile phones? Check out this rather amusing video from Qualcomm to find out.
Some slightly bizarre research found that 1 in 10 respondents refused to turn off their ringtones at a funeral service, with 1 in 6 admitting to calling, texting or using social media while there.
Navigating through layers of menus and options to connect to a human being in a call centre is, let's face it, an utter bore. But one man hopes to make the whole process that little bit easier...
Microsoft has paid tribute to the tireless efforts of web developers the world over in a rather lovely, amusing video, giving them the credit they deserve for creating the web we know and love.
After recent comments by a Microsoft employee discussing 'always online' consoles, a man has recorded a profanity-laden rant against the company, ending in the violent destruction of his Xbox 360.
A survey reveals that 75% of us use our phone in the bathroom, while 24% of men now sit down to use the lavatory so they always have two hands free for their phone...plus more, erm, fascinating stats.
An approved patent application reveals Sony plans to get you to shout at your TV or play an interactive game with it in order to skip through the commercials more quickly.
A rumour of unknown origin has caused a worldwide explosion of rage among Twitter users, infuriated by the suggestion that the next iPhone will cost $800... despite no evidence to support the claim.
The unmistakable aroma of unboxing a brand new Apple MacBook Pro has been recreated and bottled in a new fragrance, with an intoxicating bouquet of cardboard, ink, plastic, and just a hint of glue.
A viral video shows a gamer's vision of himself in a 'real-world' Skyrim, as he valiantly defeats enemies, plunders the corpses of his foes... and has to keep stopping to manage his inventory.
Google's Project Glass concept video gave us an exciting glimpse of what it's got in store - but will the reality match the vision? Let's mull that over, with a little dose of humour for the weekend.
This is the third parody video that Microsoft have made, featuring a guy with an epic mustache called "VMlimited Man" that attempts to sell VMware-like "stuck in the past" virtualization solutions