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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To find out just where the two dominating contenders, iOS and Android stand, Dutch humorists handed Apple fans an iPhone running Android. Find out what happens.
A lost phone in Albury, Australia was taken into a police station. Realizing the phone didn't have any security code, the officers took selfies and posted them onto the phone owner's Facebook page.
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.
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!
These practical jokers decided to glue an Apple iPhone 5 to the ground of one of Amsterdam's busiest squares, which resulted in hilarious reactions from the public.
When you pull the Mac vs. PC war away from the Internet and onto the streets, the dispute gets less heated. In fact, both sides inject a bit of humour in swiping at each other....
In this day and age, the number of terrorist plots seem to be rising. As such, you can expect authorities to take threats very, very seriously – even if it's just a joke. One 17...
What began as a ninth-grade prank, a way to trick already-suspicious friends who had fallen for his earlier practical jokes, has earned Rich Skrenta notoriety as the first person ever to let loose a personal...