Triad of April Fools jokes comes out of the Google camp

Triad of April Fools jokes comes out of the Google camp

Google has certainly been busy over the past few weeks. Anyone as familiar with the company as a true Android fanatic knows that the big G always indulges in some sort of product release tomfoolery around this time of the year. This year was no exception, as Google released not one but THREE April Fools products to give us something to chuckle over. So if you like Nintendo (I’m talking NES, not that newfangled Wii), intestinal regularity, and unique keyboards, give the videos below a gander.

Also worth a mention, Google was also involved in NASCAR’s own April Fools joke here and also launched a special Google home page in China that, while not an April Fools joke, is really cool.

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4 Comments

  1. Peter Sorger
    April 02, 09:42 Reply

    You forgot to mention Google’s NASCAR ambition with autonomous car :)

  2. Jeffrey Singleton
    April 03, 00:17 Reply

    Did anyone notice that in the Gmail Tap video LL Cool J played the part of Todd Smith (LL’s real name), Product Lead Gmail Tap?

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