The doodle shows two students aiming at the basket during a practice session, while an instructor modelled after Naismith - with a moustache and spectacles - makes notes, in an indoor gymnasium with snow falling outside.
Google Doodle celebrates the spirit of paralympics with the Champion Island Games. The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games will be held between 24 August 2021 to 5 September 2021. The game was originally designed and launched to celebrate the spirit of the Olympics. The game begins when you click the doodle on the search homepage. The main character, Lucky, transports one to an island where a sports festival is underway. 'Welcome back to the Doodle Champion Island Games!' read an article on Google's archive page Doodle.
Alaya F recently celebrated her 23rd birthday in Alibaug, Mumbai. Alaya took to her Instagram page and shared a sassy photo posing in a silver bikini. She posed like a boss standing against an installation with balloons and flowers in the backdrop as she took support of two life-size letters, ‘AF’.
It can be pretty embarrassing to forget someone’s birthday, especially if it’s a close loved one. Calendars are great for remembering birthdays, but if you want to make them even harder to forget, let Google Assistant remind you.
Today’s Google doodle features a cake with “23” written on top of it, with a birthday candle substituting for “L” in "Google." Google was actually founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who were Ph.D students at Stanford University in California, on September 4, 1998.
Google pays homage to the famous Thai singer, Bunpheng Faiphiuchai on her 89th birthday and celebrates the remarkable contribution of the 'Queen of Mo Lam' in Thailand's folk music. The graphical artwork is a tribute to her music and rhythmic sounds. 👍 Bunpheng Faiphiuchai’s 89th Birthday Google Doodle: Search Engine Pays Tribute to Legendary Thai Singer on Her Birth Anniversary!.
On 20 August 1998, a week before a two-year-old Google become an incorporated company, founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were heading to Burning Man festival. To mark themselves ‘out of office’ on their email signatures, they decided to overlay the f...
Today Google is celebrating Indian pilot, designer, and entrepreneur Sarla Thukral on her 107th birthday with a high-flying illustration by guest artist Vrinda Zaveri. Thukral was the first Indian woman to pilot an aircraft. 🇮🇳 Sarla Thukral, First Indian Woman to Pilot an Aircraft Gets a Tribute With Google Doodle on Her 107th Birthday.
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Its vocalist and performer, Baekhyun's birthday today, May 6, 2021. However, it is a bittersweet moment for K-Pop fans as it is also the day for EXO's member when he will be officially enlisting in the military. Followers are sharing happy birthday wishes, images and short videos, wishing him luck and hoping for his safe return! 👍 Happy Birthday Baekhyun! K-Pop Fans Share Wishes, Images and Videos to Celebrate EXO Member's Special Day.
Dr Vera Gedroits Google Doodle: The tech giant Google on Monday dedicated a special Doodle to mark the 151st birth anniversary of a Russian surgeon, professor, poet, and author Dr. Vera Gedroits. Dr. Gedroits was Russia's first female military surgeon and also one of the world’s first female professors of surgery. Get more Trending News and Business News on Zee Business.
Today’s Doodle celebrates the 160th birthday of Indian doctor Kadambini Ganguly—the first woman to be trained as a physician in India. On this day in 1861, Kadambini Ganguly (née Bose) was born in Bhagalpur British India, now Bangladesh. In 1883, Kadambini Ganguly and her peer Chandramukhi BasuIn became the first women to graduate college in Indian history. Today’s Doodle is illustrated by Bengaluru-based artist Oddrija.
A day after celebrating India's diverse culture through a dance doodle on the nation's 75th Independence Day, Google dedicated its doodle to Indian poetess Subhadra Kumari Chauhan's 117th birth anniversary.Born on August 16, the poetess famous for penning 'Jhansi ki Rani', also wrote famous titles such as Jallianwala Bagh mein Vasant, Veeron Ka Kaisa Ho Basant, Rakhi Ki Chunauti, and Vida, giving India's freedom movement, a unique expression.
Google has turned 22 years old! The search engine was born on September 27, 1998. Two Stanford PhD students, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, published a paper about launching a prototype of a "large-scale search engine" on this day. Today as Google stands as a multi-dollar company, we bring to you some more interesting facts about the search engine. 👍 Google Turns 22! Fascinating Facts About the Internet Search Giant to Share on Its 22nd Birthday.
Here is a list of some of the most interesting games that you can play on today’s Google Doodle. - Google Birthday Surprise Spinner Celebrates 19 Years Of Search Engine: How To Play Some Of The Most Interesting Google Doodle Games
As a robotics fan, I'm familiar with the Turing Test. In 1950, computer pioneer Alan Turing was musing about ways to determine whether a computer could think. His answer was an experiment where people would hold a typewritten conversation with someone they couldn't see. If a computer could generate responses that made people believe they were talking to another human, then the computer passed what has come to be known as the Turing Test. In honor of the birthday of Alan Turing, who would have been 100 on June 23, Google has created a fun Doodle based on another of his ideas, the Turing Machine.