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April Fools' Day 2012 -- Pranks from the Internet

Google has launched its first app for the original NES platform. Finally, Google maps is available for the Nintendo Entertainment System.




NASCAR has also invested heavily in technology. In cooperation with Google, the autonomous driving vehicles will debut for the 2013 NASCAR season. The sport where become more competitive as they remove the largest variable, the driver.




If you're like me, you're on the computer constantly. Now thanks to the latest innovation from Google Chrome I'm able to accomplish my work twice as fast. I'm making more money than ever, and have more time to spend with family and friends, while still watching all the porn I need to make my miserable life more enjoyable.



Speaking of efficiency, Gmail Tap is the latest technology making it possible to send e-mail from your Android phone using only two keys. Furthermore, with the newest version, Gmail Multi-Tap, you can actually write two e-mails simultaneously. Finally, texting is faster than telephone. After all you can only say one thing at a time. Not anymore...



I've been striving for more fiber in my diet. Additionally, I hate taking multivitamins. Two chewable vitamins every morning shaped like Wilma and Betty are far too much of a commitment. That's when I discovered the ultimate vitamin packed fiber bar.



These technologies are changing the way we travel, communicate, and poop. What a fantastic time to be alive.

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