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Celebrate International Women's Day, Google Doodle-Style

Today's Google Doodle, the seasonal reminder of whatever worldwide event/holiday/anniversary is occurring, celebrates International Women's Day. Three women whimsically demonstrate that they can be students, doctors and, er, women. In conjunction with International Women's Day, Google has helped Women For Women International establish "bridge events," where feminists of any persuasion can march...

Google Doodle Pays Tribute to Jules Verne

Google is celebrating the birth of sci-fi pioneer Jules Verne with a special interactive doodle that lets you explore an animated underwater world through portholes that spell out "Google." On the search homepage, simply move the joystick to the right of the doodle to pan around and dive, discovering sea monsters and treasure chests along the way....

Google Honors Anniversary of JFK's Inaugural Address With Doodle

On the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's inaugural address, Google is honoring the beloved former president with a doodle containing his portrait and words from that famous speech. Clicking the logo takes you to a search page with results for "John F. Kennedy inaugural address," so you can browse photos and watch videos from that day, and even read text from his legendary speech....

Google Doodle Celebrates Dizzy Gillespie's Birthday

If you ask today's casual jazz listener to name some of history's transformative musicians, they'll probably rattle off names like Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington or Charlie Parker, before getting around to Dizzy Gillespie. Google, however, certainly hasn't forgotten the legendary jazz trumpeter, and, in honor of what would've been his 93rd birthday, unveiled a dizzyingly colorful homepage doodle...

How to Get Your Very Own Birthday Google Doodle

Whenever Google rolls out one of its quirky homepage redesigns, it's usually in commemoration of some famous event or celebrity birthday. Now, though, the search engine has decided to offer a special birthday doodle to each of its users -- even non-celebrity schmucks like us. To get your very own birthday doodle surprise, you'll have to first add your birthday to your Google Profile, and make ...

Google Gets a Cake Doodle for Its 12th Birthday

The last batch of Google doodles to draw attention were fancy, interactive experiments that involved bucky balls, flying orbs of color and Pac-Man. Today's image, though, is a more traditional affair -- no HTML5 or Flash, no animation or interactivity. Instead, in celebration of Google's 12th birthday, visitors to the search page are greeted with a simple painting of a birthday cake by pop-art lu...

Google Logo Becomes Playable 'PAC-MAN' Game for 30th Birthday

In celebration of PAC-MAN's 30th birthday, Google has resurrected the arcade classic for its home page. Users only need to click 'Insert Coin' or wait a few seconds for the ghoul-munching mayhem to begin. If you click the 'Insert Coin' button again, Ms. PAC-MAN magically appears so that you can play with a friend. (PAC-MAN is controlled with the mouse or arrow keys, while his lady moves with the ...

Mattias Adolfsson Draws Baroque 'Star Wars,' History of the Google Doodle

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Illustrator Mattias Adolfsson gives 'Star Wars' the baroque treatment in this wonderfully whimsical series of images depicting Jabba in a wig, Boba Fett with a back-mo...