This Sunday is April's Fools Day. Here's a very interesting video showing the history of this silly day, which may have started in 1582. Still, do you know what's the biggest calendar joke this year? This one.
Have you faithfully refused to root your Nook Color, never mind that you couldn't access those handy apps from the Android Market? Stick to your guns a while longer: Barnes & Noble is launching their version of an Android app store this April, along with Flash support for the device. [CNET]
Wired recently published a rundown of geek pranks—better known as tech jokes that the 1337 play on the normals. Their doozies include:Here's a prank for you, . How about you switch your own keyboard to Dvorak so you can't write any more April Fools' jokes and we can all get back to reading real news?
Always the witty pranksters, Google has released yet another new beta product: TiSP (Toilet ISP we believe). They send you some fiber optic and a pair of gloves. Then what do you do? (no pun intended)This is exactly why Gizmodo despises April Fools' jokes. Sure, the whole idea is slightly, very funny, but nobody…
Despite our passionate detestation of April Fools' Day, we must admit that Crunchgear's new layout, complete with a hyperactive piggy bank gif, is almost enjoyable.