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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.
Popular Dropbox alternative Box.net's Quantum Sharing adds a completely extra dimension to how you share your files across "space and time". Who needs a 'Time Machine' or a backup solution that keeps edits based on updates and timestamps? Box will hold your files in a weird dimensional cyberspace to keep your files up to date and available from anywhere in the world.