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1. Google Maps 8-bit
Google transformed its Maps app into an 8-bit version "designed for the Nintendo Entertainment System," similar to that of a Mario-like adventure game. Dubbed "Quest," Google's April Fools' prank for 2012 converted ordinary maps into a clunky, low-resolution mapping application, launching many back into the early 1990s.
2. Toshiba Spectacle
Toshiba "launched" something not so strange for this day and age, with Google Glass on deck, in form of a heads-up-display monocle device. Infused with 3D-technology, "Spectacle" used two triangular polarizing lenses melded in parallel and encased in lightweight tungsten carbide. But, of course, it didn't really exist.