Google Celebrates Beethoven's Anniversary With Awesome DoodleGoogle has a great tradition of creating various doodles that appear on their homepage to celebrate a birthday (young, old, and everyone in between) or paying homage to a specific historical event. Today, Google celebrates Ludwig Van Beethoven's 245th year letting you help the legendary composer in his journey to the symphony hall.
These Were The Top Google Searches In 2015Ever want a good measure of what cultural events, happenings, or people were big this year? Simple, head over to Google.
Google Maps Just Added An Incredible New Feature To Its Mobile AppGoogle Maps has become an excellent on the go resource when commuting from point A to point B. Inevitably, things happen and you're forced to stray from your route. While Google already did a stellar job of providing nearby locations of places like gas stations, it never really guided you towards the cheapest option. That's about to change
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The Most Searched Musicians Of 2014One of the more exciting aspects about the end of the year is looking up Google's publication of the top trending searches. Whether it's as simple as top searches, to categories like most searched beer, selfies, and red carpet appearances, it's easy to get lost in the wealth of information Google provides.
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The Story Of The Metal Band Who Tried To Stop fun.When asked how they came to add the period to the end of fun., a tale of threats and disagreement unfurled. And a bonus: why they don't think the "are we having fun yet?" puns are funny.
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