As always, the tech world is embracing April Fools' Day 2014 in full force, with countless gags from Google, Sony and many others in the space.
Here are some of the funniest tech-themed April Fools' Day jokes from around the Web:
Google Maps Pokemon Challenge: Google Maps jokingly challenged users to collect 150 Pokemon to land a job as Google's Pokemon Master. However, the navigation app really was updated to include a neat Pokemon mini-game in which users go around catching the cartoon characters.
Gmail Shelfies: Gmail took credit for starting the selfie trend for its April Fools' joke. It also let users upload selfies, use them as their Gmail background pictures and share them with others as well, coining the term "Shelfies" in the process.
Google Chrome emoji translations: Meanwhile, the mobile version of Google Chrome jumped on another popular tech trend: emojis. An update to the Apple iOS and Android versions of the Web browser will let users translate articles in English into ones where every other word substituted by one of the popular cartoon emoji icons.
YouTube 2014 viral trends: The Google-owned service joked it masterminds the trends we love, such as Gangnam Style and the Harlem Shake, and it jokingly unveiled its lineup of 2014 viral trends. This year, we have "Clocking," the "Glub Glub Water Dance," and "Kissing Dad." And for the first time ever, YouTube also encouraged users to start their own trends.
Sony Power Food: For its joke, Sony announced new Power Food, which is food that provides both you and your devices with energy.
"Camera about to die while snapping photos at your daughter's birthday party? Power up directly through the birthday cake -- Sony Power Food Cake Mix comes in three delicious flavors: Vanilla, Classic Chocolate and Red Velvet," the Japanese company's satirical news release said.
Redbox gets colorful: The video rental service announced its distribution boxes will now change colors to match users' moods. Blue means you need cheering up, gold means you want an award-winning film and green means you want something with action. Unfortunately, the Redbox mood box isn't real, but users really can get $0.50 off rentals when they plug in a special April Fools' Day code.
Selfiebot by Orbotix: Orbotix is a company that creates little robotic toys, such as the Sphero, and for April Fools' it created the Selfiebot, a small little robot that flies around users snapping photos of their best moments. Sadly, the Selfiebot doesn't actually exist, but many probably wish it actually did.
Human-print clothes for cats: Cheezburger, the humorous online website, teamed up with clothing company Betabrand to announce human-print clothes for cats.
"Why is it there are plenty of cat-print clothes for humans, yet cat clothes with human-print are so scarce?" Cheezburger said in an email. "We wanted our feline friends to feel the love and that's why we've teamed up with online clothing community, Betabrand, on a new limited-edition cat apparel collection."