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Google Changes: Not Just A New Logo

  • by: Alan Duke
  • (Tue, 01 Sep 2015 17:46:03 Z)

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When Google launched 17 years ago you needed a desktop computer and Netscape or Internet Explorer browser to use it. But with smart phones and tablets taking over, Google is making a change "that reflects this reality and shows you when the Google magic is working for you, even on the tiniest screens," according to a Google blogpost announcing a new logo.

The new logo has the same colors, but they've integrated new features "for a world of seamless computing across an endless number of devices and different kinds of inputs (such as tap, type and talk)," the post said.

"For example, new elements like a colorful Google mic help you identify and interact with Google whether you're talking, tapping or typing," it said. "Meanwhile, we're bidding adieu to the little blue 'g' icon and replacing it with a four-color 'G' that matches the logo."

The post included a video showing the evolution of Google and what's new.

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Editor-in-Chief Alan Duke co-founded Lead Stories after ending a 26-year career with CNN, where he mainly covered entertainment, current affairs and politics. Duke closely covered domestic terrorism cases for CNN, including the Oklahoma City federal building bombing, the UNABOMBER and search for Southeast bomber Eric Robert Rudolph. CNN moved Duke to Los Angeles in 2009 to cover the entertainment beat. Duke also co-hosted a daily podcast with former HLN host Nancy Grace, "Crime Stories with Nancy Grace" and hosted the podcast series "Stan Lee's World: His Real Life Battle with Heroes & Villains." You'll also see Duke in many news documentaries, including on the Reelz channel, CNN and HLN.

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