Tech and Google April Fools 2012

Enjoying April Fools Day yet? I was looking around the web and I realized something on Google. You could change the weather!

Google has many April Fools Tricks today. I think I found all of them…

First comes Google Tap where you can type in Morse Code!

Another Trick is Google Maps in 8-bit for NES.

Next Google optimizes Sites for Rotary phones.

Then Google Races

Chrome has a Multitask Mode

And Lastly, Google has this “Really Advanced Search”

Youtube thinks the internet is old

Sony makes a computer as small as a Quarter

Toshiba makes circular and heart shaped tablets

Kodak can help you print live kittens

Did you find any others?

About Intrepidus

Been blogging about tech stuff since 2008. Interested in Windows, Doors, Apples, Oranges, Valves, Spouts, Steams, and Xboxes.

Posted on April 1, 2012, in Computers and Internet, News, Software, Technology and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

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