Tech companies take advantage of April Fools' Day to pull off some hilarious, and elaborate, pranks. Here's a look at some of the best ones we've spotted so far.
Five Best Buy stores unknowingly played host to a thought-provoking art exhibit that questions our obsession with gadgets.
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French comedian Remi Gaillard decided to create something of a real-life version of the classic Nintendo video game Mario Kart on the streets of Paris.
Record your message, hide the motion-triggered Soundbomb, and scare the dickens out of passersby.
Footage makes its way to YouTube after being unearthed in a basement. It shows Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in 1984, discussing the Apple I and II, and fondly recalling various high-tech pranks.
Both Google and Opera reveal cat-themed April Fools' Day jokes, with the former offering a QWERTY keyboard for felines and the latter showing off a cat-friendly browser.