Google has once again changed its homepage doodle today, this time to a blank-grey silhouette of its logo.
However, once a user starts typing in the search box, the iconic logo letters return to colour one by one.
Today’s logo takeover follows yesterday’s interactive doodle, which had a collection of coloured balls bounce around the screen.
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The changes has sparked debate across the internet as to what the homepage takeovers signify, with some suggesting it is in anticipation of Google rolling out a live search feature that updates results as you type.
Whatever the answer to the mystery, all looks likely to be revealed tomorrow, with Google due to make an announcement about its search engine service at a special event tomorrow.
In order to view today’s logo, users must be using the latest versions of internet browsers Firefox or Chrome browser.
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