Microsoft's Kin ends its hilariously brief life today. After selling somewhere between 500 and 10,000 units the Kin is being pulled from shelves. WMExperts has been told by two sources that all Kin products are being sent back to Microsoft, starting today.
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What will happen to the piles of unsold Kins? There are many possibilities, but I happen to think Microsoft will break them all down, daisy-chain their processors together, and attempt to build an AI clever enough to wipe all memory of the Kin from mankind. The franken-AI will soon realize that the only way to cleanse Redmond's sin from history is to eradicate humanity.
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You heard it here first folks; Microsoft's Kin is the spark that will ignite the robot apocalypse.