Its chocolate cake doodle on Google`s 14th birthday
New Delhi: Thursday morning, netizens woke up to a chocolate cake doodle on the Google home page. The search engine turned 14 on September 27.
Today, visitors are being greeted with a doodle that has an animated chocolate cake with 14 candles placed on it.
The cake is, later eaten up and appears as the word “Google.” The candles get arranged in a tally format that can be seen under the doodle.
Earlier, when Google entered its teenage, it marked its 13th birthday with a doodle that depicted the company logo with party hats placed on each letter of its logo and a cake with balloons and gifts around.
The Internet giant Google was found by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in September 1998.
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