Physics. You never know what’s next — first we had gravity and electromagnetic force, then scientists told us about the strong and the weak force, but none of that matters now, as CERN scientists confirmed Wednesday they’ve found strong evidence for the existence of the Force
That’s right, all you other forces can move along now, because there’s only one Force that’s typed with a capital F, and that’s the Star Wars variety
Visitors to Amazon Wednesday have been greeted by an odd sight: The site has been redesigned to look exactly as it did 16 years ago, in 1999
Amazon readily admits that the “new” design is just a prank at the top of the page and all the book, music and video recommendations on the site are related to April Fools’ day. Clicking on any link, however, will bring you back to the current design
Don’t take this…
Here’s something we’re pawsitive about — Groupon’s got a sense of humor and a penchant for felines
In honor of April Fools’ Day, the company launched “Gr
Ask any geek over forty what their all-time favorite Microsoft operating system is, and the answer will likely be MS-DOS. Lets face it, all those windows on your screen are just a nuisance compared to the beautiful simplicity of the command line
Microsoft has finally recognized this, launching MS-DOS Mobile today. It lets you ditch that pesky Windows Phone whatever-version-you-have, and enjoy your smartphone the way nerds in the eighties always dreamed of: By directly typing out every…
April Fools’ Day, the classic prank holiday of the year. Full of whoopee cushions, signs on the back and outlandish lies you’re expected to believe
Though April Fools’ is a dad’s dream, what if you’re really not interested in opening up a drawer to discover a live frog? It’s all fun and games until your definition of fun and games does not involve any of the afore mentioned
Here are a few ways to avoid the tricksters…
What exactly is it that makes an April Fools’ joke so bad? Is it when it’s unbelievable, unimaginative, or just not funny?
Maybe it’s a combination.
In other news, here are some we’ve seen today in the UK.
Tesco’s bouncing supermarket aisles
Bouncy aisles were developed with #TOWIE‘s @lucy_meck. She’ll also be passing on her Tumble skills to our colleagues! pic.twitter.com/1VoQh9w3Hq
— Tesco (@Tesco) April 1, 2015
Santander’s cycle-thru banking
Coming soon to a London street near you?…
LONDON — Archaeologists have discovered more than 1,000 human remains in a burial site under the University of Cambridge
It’s thought the burial ground was similar to modern cemeteries as archeologies found gravel paths and a water well as well as seeds from flowering plants
The large medieval hospital burial ground was discovered following an archeological dig under the Old Divinity School at St John’s College, according…
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