Well, here is an assortment of April's Fool Day 2008 news story headlines:
My best pick: XBox.com First look for long time gamers - I actually wanted to believe it!
Redmond nabs Yahoo's data centers, Web properties, and ad platform for $47.2 billion.
Search tomorrow’s web, today! Google Australia has introduced a new feature, enabling you to search content on the internet before it is created.
Virgle's goal is simple: the establishment of a permanent human settlement on Mars.
Introducing Gmail Custom Time. Be on time. Every time.
The BBC will today screen remarkable footage of penguins flying as part of its new natural history series, Miracles of Evolution.
His name has long been synonymous with abuse, asterisks and four-letter words, but Gordon Ramsay has had a dramatic change of heart on swearing. In a move that will have diners choking on their oven-roasted Bresse pigeon, he plans to ban foul language in all his restaurants, whether in the kitchens or the dining areas.
Plans for a mile-high tower in the Saudi Arabian desert have been unveiled by the billionaire owner of London's Savoy Hotel.
Today’s microchips, while tiny, still use a fair amount of power. This means that batteries have to be large and don’t usually last very long. But what if microchips were just a little bit more efficient? That’s what a team of engineers at MIT was thinking when they set out to redesign the microchip to make it even more efficient. The result is a microchip with a power consumption that is so low it can be recharged by your very own body heat.
And, last but not the least, a link to a website that has a collection of April's Fools Day 2008 links on the web. Enjoy!
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