Google Wishes Happy Halloween with a Scary Google Doodle House

Google Doodle House Happy Haloween 2012

Happy Halloween. Google is celebrating Happy Halloween with its inimitable scary Halloween Doodle house. The Google Doodle house is correctly numbered 13 and has five doors for scary “Google” letters. As one clicks through each door, letters “G”, “oo”, “g”, “l”, “e” come out with a scary costume and music. Once you click open all […]

Google Doodle Celebrates Drive-in Theatres

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Google Doodle is celebrating the 79th anniversary of the first drive-in theatre with a animated video. The opening of the first drive-in movie theater was on June 6th, 1933 by Richard Hollinghead at Crescent Boulevard, Camden, New Jersey. In the animated video-doodle, Google plays the role of the drive-in theater, plays you a thriller movie […]

Dylan Hoffman, Wisconsin Second Grader Wins Doodle 4 Google 2012

Wisconsin Kid Wins Doodle 4 Doodle Competition

Google announced that Dylan Hoffman, second grader from Caledonia, Wisc. is 2012 U.S. Doodle 4 Google National Winner. Hoffman, from the Prairie School in Racine, Wisc., came up with his Google Doodle named “Pirate Times” featuring a pirate ship on treasure hunting trip in an island. Dylan’s submission was under this year’s theme “If I […]

Google Doodle Celebrates Muybridge, a Motion Picture Pioneer and a Killer

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Today’s Google Doodle is a special movie on horses in motion honoring the 182nd birthday of Muybridge, a motion picture pioneer and a killer. Edward Muybridge was born in England on 9 April 1830 and spent most of his working time in US. The Google Doodle honors his famous work that settled Leland Stanford’s question […]

Google Doodle Sports Love for Valentines Day

Google Doodle Sports Love for Valentine's Day

Google is celebrating Valentine’s day with a special Google Doodle for Valentine’s day that spreads love in the air.  In the special Google Doodle, the second “o” is a clickable animated YouTube video that plays the song “Cold, Cold Heart” by Tony Bennett (Courtesy of Columbia Records and Sony/ATV). In the funny video, a skipping […]

Google Celebrates 200th Birthday of Charles Dickens With a Special Doodle

Google Doodle For Charles Dickens

Google is celebrating the famous writer Charles Dickens’ 200th birthday with a special Google Doodle. Charles Dickens was born on Feb. 7 1812 in England. His notable writings include Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, A Tale of Two Cities, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, Bleak House, Little Dorrit, Hard Times, and Our Mutual Friend. Learn more […]

Google Opens “Doodles On Demand”: An Online Store for Google Doodles

Google to Sell Doodle Products with Doodles On Demand online Store

Who does not love Google Doodles, Google’s play with its logos. Google knows it very well and wants you to have your favorite Doodle. Now, all your favorite Google Doodles (actually, all the Google doodles ever published on Google site) are ready to be purchased from Google Doodle Store, Doodles On Demand. The Google Doodle […]

Google Doodle in UK Sports a Geeky Robotic Look

Google Doodle for Stanislaw Lem, Polish Sci-Fi writer

If the thanksgiving Google Doodle in US is all about fun, Google’s UK doodle is all about geeky robots.  The UK Google Doodle is celebrating 60th anniversary of  polish science fiction writer Stanislaw Lem’s book Astronauts.  The Google Doodle is interactive and one of the most complex Google Doodles. In the Google Doodle, a man, […]