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Greggs suggests sausage roll Google doodle to make up for offensive search results

Greggs suggests sausage roll Google doodle to make up for offensive search results

By 20 August 2014

UK high street baking chain Greggs fell foul of an online prankster yesterday who changed a creative commons version of the company logo to include an offensive fake slogan. This wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for the fact that it was the version of... >>

Google celebrates 40th anniversary of Rubik’s Cube with interactive Google doodle

Google celebrates 40th anniversary of Rubik’s Cube with interactive Google doodle

By 19 May 2014

The Rubik's Cube is 40 years-old today and to celebrate, Google has created a Google doodle that presents an interactive virtual version of the much-loved puzzle toy. Erno Rubik invented the 3x3x3 cube in the spring of 1974, although it wasn't released... >>

Google doodle attacks Russian anti-gay law with Olympics theme

Google doodle attacks Russian anti-gay law with Olympics theme

By 7 February 2014

The Google doodle, found above the search bar, today depicts a rainbow coloured Olympics theme ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi. The colours are in opposition to the Russian anti-gay law. Under the search bar it quotes the Olympic Charter - also... >>

Bing's special Halloween homepage beats animated Google doodle hands down

Bing's special Halloween homepage beats animated Google doodle hands down

By 31 October 2013

We're fully used to seeing a Google doodle appear at this time of year, and we thought the latest interactive animation was a corker until we spied what Bing has done to celebrate Halloween. Google has a claymation witch brewing a potion into which you... >>

Google celebrates 15th birthday with pinata game doodle as Hummingbird algorithm change rolled out

Google celebrates 15th birthday with pinata game doodle as Hummingbird algorithm change rolled out

By 27 September 2013

Google is 15 years old and to celebrate has posted an interactive Google doodle game that shouldn't take too long to pick up, but could get you playing for a while. It's a take on the traditional piñata game that you sometimes see at kids' parties. The... >>

How to solve the Roswell incident Google doodle

How to solve the Roswell incident Google doodle

By 8 July 2013

Today's Google doodle celebrates the 66th anniversary of the famed Roswell incident, where an unidentified object was claimed to have crashed near Roswell, New Mexico. The US government has insisted that the crashed craft was a surveillance balloon, but... >>

Interactive Google doodle celebrates Douglas Adams' birthday with Kindle-like Hitchhikers' Guide

Interactive Google doodle celebrates Douglas Adams' birthday with Kindle-like Hitchhikers' Guide

By 11 March 2013

As we pointed out on Valentine's Day, if we were to cover every Google doodle, we'd be doing one every second day or so. However, we did say that we'd highlight the more inventive whenever they appear. Certainly, today's celebration of Douglas Adam's... >>

Valentine's Day Google doodle: Interactive animal love... er...

Valentine's Day Google doodle: Interactive animal love... er...

By 14 February 2013

It seems that Google is always pulling a Google doodle out of the hat these days. If it's not a national or global holiday it's the birthday of someone who invented the loo brush or something. That's why we made the wise choice not to cover them all on... >>

Google doodle celebrates inventor of ice resurfacer with addictive 8-bit game

Google doodle celebrates inventor of ice resurfacer with addictive 8-bit game

By 16 January 2013

Google is often springing doodles on us these days, some interesting, some not so, but we couldn't fail to be impressed with today's effort, created to celebrate Frank Zamboni, the American inventor of the ice resurfacer. Okay, he may not be a household... >>

Time for the death of the Doodle

Time for the death of the Doodle

By 12 November 2012

With enough birthdays of the famous dead to last an entire year, has Google begun to look to Bing for ideas on how to improve search? For those that need this unwrapping a little, what we’re talking about is the Google Doodle. The first Google Doodle... >>


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