It's April Fool's Day, and you know what that means... a seemingly endless stream of silly pranks will be played on suspecting victims across the web. Rather than play a joke on you guys ourselves, we decided to share a big compilation of them. We will kick it off with a really silly one from Google called Google Cardboard Plastic Actual Reality Headset. The rest were compiled over at BGR. Some of these are really funny! Apple Apple may not be looking to prank anyone today, as it celebrates 40 years of being in business. Nonetheless, a pirate flag can be seen outside its headquarters in Cupertino, California (via 9to5Mac). Google The search giant has a bunch of pranks in the works today, in addition to the now-infamous Gmail Mic Drop. In Inbox, you can use Smart Emoji replies. Just try to reply to a message and you might get something like this: The emoji revolution isn’t quite done for Google. Inside Photos, you’ll be able to search by emoji, as long as those emoji are dogs. Google Maps has a Funky Town to explore today. You can “Explore Funky Town” both online and offline, and it looks something like this (via Android Police): Furthermore, inside Google Maps, you’ll find a new pegman in the main interface (via Slashgear). Google Cardboard fans will finally be able to explore actual reality with Cardboard Plastic. Just put it on, and you’ll see the entire world around you just as you would by not using it. Google’s Nat and Lo, meanwhile, reveal that that Google’s Quantum AI Lab has discovered a small ball of yarn. You know string. For cats. Check out the video. Heavy Bubbles You know the Mountain from Game of Thrones, right? You’ll definitely love his Heavy Bubbles water then. Lexus The automaker wants to connect man and woman to machine. Meet V-LCRO for Lexus vehicles. Lyft Alternative taxi app Lyft has figured out a Prank Mode ride for April Fools’. Just request a prank mode for your friends, and you might get something like this: Razer We’re used to seeing mostly gaming-related products from Razer. But this changes today, as the company shared details about a Project Breadwinner. Yes, it’s a toaster that has led lights, a Razer logo, and what look like headphone jacks. Samsung Forget the Internet of Things — Samsung this year launched the Internet of Trousers. That’s probably because you can’t have enough smart pants around the house. You can expect features like Wi-Fly, Get Up alert, and Keep-Your-Pants-On mode. Samsung also teased a Galaxy S8 the other day, but we all know why that happened. Sony Sony has come up with an amazing prank this year. It made the first ghost-catching device, a gadget that Ghostbusters fans will appreciate. Check it out below: Tesla Forget the hugely popular Tesla Model 3 that’s selling like hot cakes. Tesla has a Model W for you. A wristwatch.