T-Mobile's latest elaborate April Fool's prank is a swanky pair of Sidekick smart shoes, which you can actually buy in a "dumb" variant for $65.
To prove how serious an Alexa and Siri competitor it's already become, Google Assistant has booked several A-list celebrities to highlight its strengths.
Amazon appears to have subtly revealed in a Super Bowl commercial starring an army of celebrities that Alexa is getting a new, warmer, more natural voice.
The OnePlus 5T is purportedly "the smarter choice, however you test it." But is the Chinese company going a little too far in its attention-grabbing publicity stunts?
Apple is yet to hit back at Samsung for that brilliant recent iPhone X satire, but Motorola thinks it has an even better product in the Moto Z2 Play.
That weird autocorrect bug replacing the letter "i" with an A followed by a question mark symbol on iOS 11.1 devices continues to draw expert mockery.
Google's latest two-minute Pixel 2 ad is mainly about showcasing the phone's strengths, but a little light Apple mocking just adds to the fun.
Samsung's latest Apple-mocking commercial might be its best yet, taunting the chaebol's arch-rivals for a full decade of immature iPhone releases.
If you feel like you can't keep up with your Dash-charging OnePlus phone anymore, try out the company's limited April Fools' energy drink.
Technically, you can buy the "revolutionary" full body wearable for a limited time. But all the technology on the T-Mobile ONEsie is made-up.
The SVP for Android is tweeting grocery occurrences and BuzzFeed-style recipe ideas. Will he make enough Oreo cake for all of us?
Apple is no stranger to ads released by competitors aimed squarely at spoofing its iDevice launches, but the latest such video comes from McDonald's.
Having to pay administrative fees is nowhere near as bad as getting head lice, but T-Mobile sure likes its advertising hyperboles.
Both Drake and Taylor Swift think Apple Music is "distractingly good", suffering gym injuries while listening to each other's catchy tunes.
After he's done ruling the free world, President Obama could build a career as a stand up comedian, based on this hilarious Galaxy Note 7 quip.
LG sure has a funny way of mocking arch-rival Samsung for Galaxy Note 7 explosions, bothering its own users in India with intrusive texts.
James Corden makes excellent use of his unique brand of silly humor in an Apple Music commercial also starring Jimmy Iovine and Eddy Cue.
Apple's revolutionary new wireless AirPods are cool and all, until you realize how easy it can be to lose them and have to buy another pair, and another.
Microsoft again compares the Surface Pro 4 to Apple's MacBook Air in a commercial trying hard to be funny, but ultimately failing.
It obviously didn't take long for a couple of Android OEMs to scorn the dual rear cam and headphone jack absence on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
Microsoft believes the Surface Pro 4 is not only better than the iPad Pro, but the MacBook Air as well, making some good points in a funny new commercial.
Can the iPad Pro be considered a full-blown computer? Not even close, according to Cortana, and the latest Surface Pro 4 ad from Microsoft.
It's a question of priorities and marketing expenses for Samsung, which uses Christoph Waltz to promote the Note 7, and Danny Glover the Galaxy S7.