*In this week’s top stories:* the winner of the 2019 “Doodle for Google” competition was announced and proudly displayed, Nest takes away the ability to disable camera status lights, Android Auto.. 9to5Google - Published
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The work, highlighting the winner's desire to care for her mother in old age, beat out the competition to be placed on Google's front page.
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Earlier this year, Google kicked off its latest “Doodle for Google” contest which gives K-12 students the chance to have their artwork featured on the Google homepage alongside other prizes... 9to5Google - Published
Arantza Peña Popo won the 2019 Doodle for Google contest with her design titled "Once You Get It, Give It Back" (via Google)
Congratulations to Arantza Peña Popo, winner of the U.S. 2019 Doodle.. geek.com - Published
Typically, Google Doodles honor famous personalities or historical events (and, sometimes, surprisingly addictive games). The latest Google Doodle is none of those things, but the illustration has its.. Mashable - Published
*In this week’s top stories:* we learned from Ring that smart home security is not something to be taken lightly, said “so long” to two beloved LG phones, and hope for the future with Doodle for.. 9to5Google - Published
The “Doodle For Google” contest is open for submissions from US children in grades K-12 again, this year with more than $80K in prizes for the national winner. The annual contest kicked off earlier.. The Next Web - Published
A second grader used dinosaurs to create the latest Doodle for Google, part of a contest where kids can submit their take on the tech giant's logo.
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Every year, Google hosts a competition that asks students K-12 to submit a themed Doodle. In addition to showcasing last year’s winner on Google.com, the search engine today is kicking off the 11th.. 9to5Google - Published
Google has announced the '2018 Doodle 4 Google' contest for the Indian students. This is a golden opportunity for the students to win a scholarship worth Rs 5 Lakh. Google has invited students from.. DNA - Published
In India, children's day is celebrated on 14 November and Google India is commemorating the occasion by showcasing the sketch of the winner of the Doodle 4 Google contest on the Google’s home page.. DNA - Published
Inspiring and encouraging school kids and celebrating creative young minds, Google today announced the 8th edition of its Doodle 4 Google contest. The contest invites creative and curious students.. NewsVoir - Published