We would sooner recommend throwing wads of cash at unsuspecting passers-by than buying this fake iPad. Ironically, using this cut-price, wannabe iPad makes us want a real iPad. Or a netbook. Or anything that works.
Typical price: $120.00
If it wasn’t for the glitchy software and sub-standard battery life, the fake iPod Nano might have been almost as good as the real thing.
Typical price: $30.00
Created initially as a joke, a piece of useless rectangular plastic may have a use after all.
The celebrated entrepreneur is trying to make the world more human one place at a time.
The agreement calls for eBay and the French luxury goods maker to "combat" counterfeit items that wind their way onto the online marketplace, says Reuters.
Streaming music service shares its catalog with popular iOS DJ app djay 2, and you can get the iPhone version free for a week.
Why bother with Google Glass, when AgencyGlass lets you convey emotions through digital eyes? Hirotaka Osawa wants to help people look happy even when they're not.
Don't click that link! Viral Facebook posts with shocking video of Malaysia Airlines MH370 are a scam.
In an apology titled, "Funny Or Die is Sorry for Lying about Hoverboards," actor Christopher Lloyd owns up to the ruse that went on a day too long.
Hewlett-Packard disavows the images circulating the Web that look a lot like an iPhone but claim to be the company's new smartphone.