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Tag: April Fools Day

The Best of April Fools Day 2011

The Best of April Fools Day 2011
It’s April 1st, so you basically have to assume that everything on the entire Internet is fake, right? Well I decided to take some time to separate the wheat from the chaff for you guys, and have selected some of my favorite April Fools Day pranks floating around the Web today.

Minecraft USB Desktop Nether Portal Blocks Stress, Stores/Imprisons Crap

Minecraft USB Desktop Nether Portal Blocks Stress, Stores/Imprisons Crap
We’ve seen a couple of official Minecraft merchandise from ThinkGeek, but this is by far the best one yet – a USB-powered, miniature Nether Portal. It emits a hum that, together with its serene purple glow, is sure to calm you down as soon as you plug it in.

Microsoft, Apple Announce xPad 360 Tablet

Microsoft, Apple Announce xPad 360 Tablet
BREAKING: In a surprise move, rivals Apple and Microsoft put aside their petty differences, and today announced a new handheld gaming platform, combining the best of the iPad and Xbox 360 systems. The xPad 360 tablet will build on the core hardware of the iPad 2, but with an enhanced processor and graphics capabilities.

Betamax to HD-DVD Converter is Already Obsolete

Betamax to HD-DVD Converter is Already Obsolete
ThinkGeek recently announced their latest electronic gadget, a device that can easily convert your old Betamax Tapes to brand-spankin’-new HD-DVD discs. While it won’t handle transfers of DIVX, MiniDisc or SelectaVision Videodiscs, the BetaMaxHD will convert between two of the most undoubtedly out-of-fashion consumer media formats money can (or can’t) buy.

Scientists Develop Video Games for Cats

Scientists Develop Video Games for Cats
Sure, you’ve played the Wii, the PS3 and the Xbox 360, but now your favorite feline friend can get into the action thanks to the latest in video gaming technology — the CatBox 360. Each time kitty steps into the automatic litter box, a new game is activated and a random music track starts to play.