APRIL FOOL PRANKS
Today is April 1. As usual, everywhere is flooded with pranks. The leading Companies also joins in the array to get in the act
Youtube launched a new feature that allows you to watch every video in 360 degree with Snoop Dogg.
In order to experience the 360 view, to see the world how SnoopDogg used to, click the Snoop logo on the lower right side of the video. This will allow you to turn the plain and boring video to an amazing time with Snoop Dogg.
Only a select bunch of videos are now available under Snoopavision. But Youtube throws random dates of availability to watch other videos with the West Coast G-Funk Hip-Hop
Google Cardboard Plastic
“What’s realer than real? Probably nothing. Or maybe something… I doubt it, though. I think we’re done.”
Google has launched the first ever ‘actual reality headset’- a perfect combination of everything you love about virtual reality headsets with everything you love about reality.
The Cardboard Plastic’s unique features includes 4D integrated perspective, 360-degree spatially accurate sound, 20/20 resolution and advanced haptics for realistic touch sensation.
Google Photo Search Emoji
The tech giant which changed the style of key word searching has now taken it to the next level- searching with emoji!!
the beach emoji shows up pictures from the beach; the sunglasses smiley shows the pictures of folks in sunglasses (and VR headsets); while the burger emoji gets pictures of all the burgers. Try it!!!
Gmail Mic Drop
According to Google,
“Gmail is making it easier to have the last word on any email with Mic Drop. Simply reply to any email using the new ‘Send + Mic Drop’ button. Everyone will get your message, but that’s the last you’ll ever hear about it. Yes, even if folks try to respond, you won’t see it.”
But this Prank actually went horribly wrong. The es serious backlash from the netizens compelled google to pullout the prank
Sony Proton pack
Sony has the Proton pack to help “capture content from a parallel dimension”, the company said.
Parachutes delivery Technology from Google Express
Google Express thinks that the revolutionary idea of drones for home delivery is not cool enough. The tech freaks in Google now came up with an autonomous delivery service that not only delivers packages, but also brings some joy.
The Parachutes services enables them to deliver in remote places the same as urban environments