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Google doodles go mobile at long last

Chris Ziegler
December 2, 2010
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One of the greatest treats a human can know is to visit Google's home page only to discover that the company has decided to celebrate some obscure birthday, anniversary, or special event by dressing up its logo in a creative way. Google takes these so-called doodles very, very seriously -- so seriously, in fact, that it has taken the time to let us know that those doodles will now be available on your phone. No longer will you need to see a Google logo fashioned from meat, vegetables, and pie on your desktop, only to suffer through the normal array of colored letters when you go mobile. You're welcome, America.

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