It's that time of year again, where the tech companies of the world let their hair down and have some silly fun. Here are the funniest, craziest, and most ridiculous April Fools Day jokes we've seen this year.
Leave adapters and wires behind. SnapPower is an outlet cover with a USB charger, which leaves two whole outlets free for standard plugs. Thanks to a Kickstarter campaign, you can grab one for $14.
For its 5th birthday, Xiaomi went all out by announcing new smartphones, a new TV, and, interestingly enough, a smart scale and power socket. All of these products will be available for purchase soon.
The Amazon Dash Button sticks to your washer, fridge, or anywhere else you want to place it. When you run out of detergent or mac 'n' cheese, you press the button, and more will be on its way.
Designed to provide a whole home automation solution without the need for a separate smarthome hub, a new home automation user interface has been added to the latest lineup of Securifi Almond Wi-Fi routers.
Traditional home security systems don't offer much in the way of flexibility. There are more options on the market, but a former ADT employee thinks his new system, Abode, is the safest out there.
IBM might be firmly entrenched in the enterprise world, but with the announcement of its new Internet of Things (IoT) division and a deal with The Weather Company, the company could soon have an increased presence in your day-to-day life.
A Canadian-based firm will soon sell the first graphene light bulb, a more energy-efficient, durable bulb that may be serious competition for traditional LEDs, especially if they're less expensive.
If you're already using Amazon for everything from tea kettles to paper towels, why not music lessons and car stereo installation? Amazon Home Services will let customers in 41 different cities hire local helpers for just about anything.
Have you ever heard of a Thermomix? If not, lots of people think you're missing out. It's a multi-function appliance that supposedly does the job of 12 machines. It costs about that much, too.
We may not have flying cars and jetpacks, but some more realistic 1950s dreamers came shockingly close to predicting our culinary future. Then again, we’re still waiting for some of it.
Looking to upgrade to a two-person shower or a second sink in your master bath? If so, then you're right in step with the biggest bathroom renovation trends, according to a recent survey from Houzz.