Google has revealed its April Fool’s Day Pranks here is a list of pranks:
Google is celebrating its April Fool’s Day by revealing -a Gnome speaker for outdoor – with the product listed on Google’s online store. Of course, users can’t buy the Gnome speaker given its a part of Google’s April Fool’s Day prank and the search giant clearly states the same at the bottom of the product listing page. “Google Gnomes are real, but only in our hearts — for now. Happy April Fools’!” reads Google Gnome’s product page.
Netherlands is known for its tulips and windmills and has a moist climate where it rains 145 days a year. There are not many sunny days in the year. Google has volunteered to step into provide the country with more sunny days! They shared a video on YouTube to provide a sneak peek into their project. The video caption reads, “Using them [windmills] not to capture wind, but to generate them.” The project is so bold that Google is claiming to even control rainfall.
Google also revealed Ms. Pac-Man that can be played by a visiting to the Google Maps app. Every year on April Fools’ Day, Google puts out a bunch of prank videos and Easter eggs, and it looks like the team is revisiting an old idea for 2017.


Company shocked the tech world with the April 1 announcement of yet another landmark achievement in the emerging field of virtual reality. Google’s VR team brought immersive experiences to the masses with Cardboard. It built upon that initial success with more advanced headsets such as Daydream and groundbreaking platforms like Tango. Today, Google is changing the game for VR yet again. From this point forward nothing will ever be the same.


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