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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

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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

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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

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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...

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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

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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

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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... >>

Little Nemo Google doodle becomes gorgeous animated comic strip

Little Nemo Google doodle becomes gorgeous animated comic strip

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We're big fans of inventive Google doodles here on Pocket-lint and today's ticks all the right boxes. Not only is it animated and interactive, but it also celebrates the first publication of one of our most favourite comic strips of all time: Little Nemo... >>

Google turns 14 and celebrates birthday with a chocolate cake doodle

Google turns 14 and celebrates birthday with a chocolate cake doodle

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Fourteen years ago two chaps who met at Stanford University created a search engine that would revolutionise the way in which we talk about, let alone use, the internet. Those chaps were Larry Page and Sergey Brin and their creation was of course Google.... >>

London 2012 Olympic Games Google Doodles

London 2012 Olympic Games Google Doodles

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To celebrate the London 2012 Olympic Games, Google is creating a new Google Doodle for its search home page to highlight a different sport everyday. The doodles started on Friday 27 July across all Google sites to celebrate the opening ceremony and since... >>

Robert Moog Google doodle best yet, even better than Les Paul

Robert Moog Google doodle best yet, even better than Les Paul

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Today's Google doodle is simply astounding in its complexity and execution. Designed to celebrate the 78th birthday of inventor Dr Robert Moog, it is a fully interactive simulator of one of his eponymous electronic synthesisers. The Moog synthesiser was... >>