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At long last, Google-owned YouTube allows you to download videos from the site through its new exclusive one-day only YouTube Collections page. Click a few buttons and there you have it, an order for a dozen DVDs with your content on, at a cheap price of only a few thousand dollars. What could be simpler, and more convenient?
One of the most famous on April 1 this year, and will surely go down in history as possibly Google's best April Fools' joke. Introducing an old-school Google 8-bit Maps which gives you a blocky, mostly green experience of the same old Google Maps you know and love, with a few differences. It surely surpasses Google's old trick of turning the Street View experience into 3D (glasses not included), by bringing a retro-experience right to your computer screen.
Imagine having an Ultrabook the size of a dime? Sony claims it brought one out, dubbed the VAIO Q, or the "World's Smallest Ultrabook", which includes 8GB RAM and a full-HD 1080p screen. Despite it being able to fit squarely in the palm of your hand (and it being an obvious joke), its battery will still last you all day.