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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A Bitcoin mining hoax that was started by a prankster on the 4chan imageboard has reportedly led some Mac users into wiping their hard drives, leaving affected users desperately asking for help.
Gullible iPhone users who recently updated to iOS 7 fell for a fake ad created by 4chan users that claimed that the update waterproofs the iPhone, people tried it out and got a nasty surprise.
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!
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