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Funny story: Microsoft Offer Bounty for Virus Writer

Microsoft Offer Bounty for Virus Writer

A reward of $250,000 has been offered by Microsoft to find out who was behind the Downadup/Cornficker virus. Since it started circulating in October 2008, the virus has infected millions of PCs worldwide, including, hospital computers and even Roy...

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Funny story: Experimenting on the Elderly

Experimenting on the Elderly

Technology companies the world over are recruiting old people to help adapt their equipment for use by the over-70s. As the proportion of 'Silver Surfers' and 'older iPod generation' technology users continues to rise, manufacturers have accepted th...

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Funny story: Free PC for over eighty fives

Free PC for over eighty fives

The Government has announced that all pensioners over the age of eighty five are to be given free PC equipment. A spokesman for the government said "Quite frankly these old folks are letting the side down when it comes to improving our level of c...

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Funny story: Bill Gates Starts New Philanthropy to Aid Computer Businesses Crushed By Microsoft

Bill Gates Starts New Philanthropy to Aid Computer Businesses Crushed By Microsoft

Bill Gates Foundation has announced a new philanthropic cause- to help computer companies crushed by Microsoft. Making Microsoft into the virtual monopoly that it is in the computer world entailed upending many smaller competitors along the way by un...

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Funny story: New computer virus worse than aftermath of an Amy Winehouse session

New computer virus worse than aftermath of an Amy Winehouse session

A new computer virus has been discovered which is potentially more lethal than a night out with Amy Winehouse. The new virus, called "Atchoo" actually infects computers with winter flu, leaving them sneezing profusely, with blocked disk drives and...

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Funny story: Password Complexity Increasing

Password Complexity Increasing

In the modern world where identity fraud is on the increase, many security conscious firms are introducing more complexity into their staff passwords. But the staff are equally ingenious when it comes to ways around the rules. "It's important," sa...

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Funny story: World's Oldest Web Page Discovered

World's Oldest Web Page Discovered

Philadelphia PA-- Excited scholars at the University of Pencilvainia uncovered what may be the oldest web page ever written. The web page was on a tiny computer screen, located in Fish Hall. The dusty computer with flashing green cathodes was still...

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Funny story: Paint the halls with learning brain cells

Paint the halls with learning brain cells

(Seattle) University of Washington's C-9 Live Mach 1 Telescreen more than lives up to its name in sophistication. Applied as paint, the inexpensive video display Live processors incorporate multi-spectrum cameras, HyperSonic Sound, and neural netw...

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Funny story: The development of a new programming language

The development of a new programming language

I've heard there's a new programming language out from University of Tennessee. It's called Algor. There are some problems with it though. The syntax is very formal and inflexible. And it's not a very powerful language either, since it won't allow you to alter the operating environment. Its survival is also partially dependent upon an even slower and lower quality language called Blinton. Pe...

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Funny story: Bush Orders All O's Removed

Bush Orders All O's Removed

WASHINGTON, DC -- President George W. Bush today issued an executive order directing all federal employees to remove the letter O from their computer keyboards and destroy it. "It's payback," the President said. "When I took office, the Clinton W...

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Funny story: Irish Unveil 100% Bug Free Software System

Irish Unveil 100% Bug Free Software System

In what has been hailed as a major breakthrough in Software Development, the Irish Eco Agency yesterday revealed details of a new state of the art IT system which is believed to be the first of its type to be delivered on time, on budget and totally...

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Funny story: The Guardian's Spell Checker

The Guardian's Spell Checker

A recent search in the bowels of the offices of the Guardian have uncovered its spell checker. The machine was dusty, and was housed within a ZX Spectrum computer, which were popular with school kids in the 1980's. Mr Hackett from the paper told u...

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Funny story: Microsoft Announces "The Rock" to Counter Apple's "Brick" Technology

Microsoft Announces "The Rock" to Counter Apple's "Brick" Technology

Jumping on the media bandwagon over recent announcements from Apple Corporation related to its secretive "Brick" project, Bill Gates announced plans to release Microsoft's "Rock" in Q1 of 2009. Not disclosing any details surrounding the "Rock" p...

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Funny story: British personal computer catches Microsoft and Apple sleeping

British personal computer catches Microsoft and Apple sleeping

Sir Clive Sinclair came out of retirement to launch a brand new pc he hope that will revolutionise the home market. "In one small compact unit I believe I have developed the machine of the future." said Sir Clive. A multi million pound facility...

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Funny story: McCain Breaks Down And Agrees To Take And Has Crash Computer Training

McCain Breaks Down And Agrees To Take And Has Crash Computer Training

Throughout the primary season, but, especially, as the Presidential race winds down to November 4, 2008, the big day of decision, John McCain has been the butt of every sort of computer joke. Just recently, a brilliant hacker's release of much or...

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Funny story: McCain unveils "Computer for the Aged"

McCain unveils "Computer for the Aged"

Blackberry inventor and Republican presidential nominee John McCain today unveiled his latest invention today. Dubbed the "McCain Atomic Typographer," the device has a set of "keys" that, when pressed, causes characters to be printed on a medium, us...

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Funny story: McCain Would Ban Computers, Bring Back Simple Hand Held Adding Machines

McCain Would Ban Computers, Bring Back Simple Hand Held Adding Machines

WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) - Senator John McCain has vigorously defended his computer illiteracy, saying that when elected president he would banish "those new fangled computers and bring back simple hand held mechanical adding machines with the arithme...

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