The new month has already brought a lot of major tech news: Google announced Saturday that it’s closing YouTube and launching a scent search engine; meanwhile, Twitter is launching a two-tiered service that will require users to pay $5 if they want vowels included in their messages, the Washington Post reports. In other words, it’s April Fool’s Day, and major tech companies are following tradition and pulling some big pranks…

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