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Give Us Your Best April Fools Day Headline



poisson_davrilGet ready for April Fools Day on the Internet. Those who’ve been around for awhile know that you should always look skeptically at any post on any site on April 1. We typically have some April Fools fun here on GBM and occasionally those posts get taken for the real thing. (A couple of examples, here and here, and here’s a link to some of Google’s April Fool pranks from the 2000 t0 2008.   Keep in mind that the first GMail release date was on April 1.)

The Internet/Tech industry is fueled by rumor and gossip so much that it is often way too easy to create a few April Fools headlines. And just like there are those that love the pranks and silly posts, there are those who absolutely despise them and even unplug for the day to avoid the shenanigans.

We might, or might not have an April Fools post tomorrow, you never know, but this year I think that the GBM Readers should also get into the act. So, in the comments for this post take a shot at headline writing and give us your best Internet/Tech/Gadget April Fools Day post title.   Let’s keep the headline clean and keep them fun, after all that’s the name of the game here. April Fools Day fame awaits, so put your prankster thinking cap on.



  1. Dave P

    03/31/2009 at 11:55 am

    How about some old favorites:

    Microsoft Announces Next Version of Windows – Will Provide More Functionality While Improving Performance


    New Linux Distro Promises User Friendly Interface

    and the perennial:

    Apple Announces Tablet PC

  2. Doug Peters

    03/31/2009 at 12:20 pm

    Motion Computing anounces new LS 900 :-)

  3. David

    03/31/2009 at 1:56 pm

    The conficker worm was just a joke – Click here to read more… (evil)


  4. Ronald A. Dowty

    03/31/2009 at 4:08 pm

    Apple releases OSX 10.5.8 which installs on non-Apple hardware. Dell begins shipping PC’s and laptops with OSX pre-installed.

  5. [email protected]

    03/31/2009 at 9:13 pm

    A regular size battery could permit laptop to run for 48+ hours straight. The battery should be marketed by the end of August, just in time for school entry.
    Scientists have finally come up with a fully functional computer based on light (fiber optic and others). The computer would be used by the NASA for a decade before marketing it.

  6. Eve

    04/01/2009 at 9:16 am

    Lenovo and Acer reengineer laptop keyboards to accommodate all 50,000 Chinese characters as Sougou, Google and Microsoft enter litigation over patents for IMEs and handwriting recognition “gestures”.

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