Google unveiled a "Gmail Autopilot." It alleges that it will help you weed through your inbox by replying to e-mails with automated responses.
The 188-year-old British newspaper The Guardian said it would become a "Twitter-only publication," limiting its reports to 140 characters or less.
One example from 1927 read: "OMG first successful transatlantic air flight wow, pretty cool!"
Other hoaxes include upside-down viewing from YouTube, a Web site of smells called smellr (smell-ER) and an "ideological search engine" from Yahoo that filters results to fit your personal beliefs.
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