While Wal-Mart and Amazon were the most mentioned retailers, a fake sale made MAC lipstick the most-mentioned product on Black Friday.
Nonprofit developers have released a prototype app that helps users determine whether photos and videos are real or the work of hoaxsters.
A Wikipedia article rated “good” and first published in 2007 was recently revealed as a hoax and removed from the crowd-sourced encyclopedia. Most hoaxes are marked for deletion within hours of being published, according to Wikipedia.
Yesterday was the 4th birthday of the iPhone and to celebrate we thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the fun iPhone tricks, hoaxes and hacks that have hit YouTube over the past four years.
Google and YouTube have a long history of April Fools hoaxes and we’re here to take you back through the years to explore some of the best pranks, starting with this year—April Fools 2011!