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No it's not a Soviet chopper-turned-flying hotel, but Hotelicopter is now a real service with the same namesake that finds you good deals on hotel stays.
April Fools' Day tends to bring out the shenanigans in companies big and small. But every once in a while there are some real product launches amid the jokes.
Fake movie trailers, Tiger Woods as a Microsoft spokesman, and inflatable laptops are among the spoof news stories to emerge on the Web for April Fools' Day.
You've probably tried Expedia, Orbitz, and Hotels.com, but what about Fly.com and UpTake? Here are four sites you should try out.
A roundup of the pranks, fake news stories, and other goofy gags found across the Web.
The Streamy awards made me think of how Hollywood and the video bloggers are starting to come together. It made Natali think about urination. So maybe they need to rethink branding. We also tell you how violent video games will make you see better.