April Fools Roundup
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
It’s been another fun filled morning, with various tech sites trying to make fools of us or just being blatantly rediculous, so lets take a look at the best ones from around the web, which ones did you fall for?
The YouTube Collection: The Magic of YouTube in Your Hands
Now you can enjoy the wonders of YouTube offline.
CCL launch their New Style Range with the introductory Justin Bieber System
“Welcome to Our World, or should we say Our World 2.0 where we at CCL often say you should Never Say Never. So when we were approached by one of our staff members with a concept for a new range of systems which take style over substance first time every time, the idea of the Bieber system was born.”
Naturally this one fooled everybody, you know, because of their sick photo shop skills.
BioWare Lets Fans Choose Mass Effect 3’s Ending
In a stunning turn of events, Casey Hudson, the lead producer for BioWare’s smash series Mass Effect, has announced that the company will let gamers decide how THEY think Mass Effect 3 should end.
World’s Smallest Ultrabook™: The VAIO® Q Series
Features: 8GB of RAM and gorgeous 0.75″ x 1.25″ Full HD 1080p. LED backlit display. A pixel density that makes it the sharpest screen on the market today. AMD Radeon™ HD 6650M (1GB) graphics. Extra Lithium Battery Coin (CR2032-B1A) included. LiveView™ accessory and docking station sold separately.
Ok so that one wasn’t that great, but that’s because of the acting in the video.
Experience the Exciting World of Viniculture in SEGA’s New “Virtua Vineyard”
People all around the world have been enjoying a glass of wine since the ancient times, and it’s played crucial roles in many ceremonial and social occasions since then. Some people make their own wine at home, but it’s an expensive and laborious process, and therefore not available to the average person. Even fewer people are able to experience the joy of growing their own grapes due to cost, lack of land, or not living in a grapevine-friendly growing environment. That’s not the way it was ferment to be! You may have already heard this through the grapevine, but to fill this void, we’re proud to announce an addition to our “Virtua” series with Virtua Vineyard.
Pirate Bay to launch own submarine to host servers off-shore
Copyright scofflaw site The Pirate Bay is getting a whole lot more literal with the launch of a bona fide submarine to host its servers off-shore.
Nintendo Dubstep Experience 3D Looks to Reinvent the Rhythm Genre
Funny enough this would likely sell quite well at the moment.
Razer introduce the Razer SnakeEyes
A Revolution in real life gaming integration. SnakeEyes, a fully realized augmented reality tactical overlay, gives you the knowledge you’ve come to rely on in-game, and puts it where you need it most – IRL. Play your reality and see the unfair advantage for yourself.
Well that’s it, ok there are plenty more out there today, but enough is enough, so play them off keyboard cat.