The Google homepage is sporting a new logo that changes color as you type, and it’s likely a big hint as to what the company will announce at its “can’t miss” search event on Wednesday.
When you arrive on the search giant homepage today, you’ll be greeted with a gray Google doodle. When you start typing a search query though, the color magically returns to Google’s iconic logo. This follows yesterday’s logo, a collection of animated particles that react to the movement of the cursor.
As many in the media have noted, this week’s series of logos aren’t just Googlers having fun; they’re also a big hint for what the company will be unveiling at a press event occurring Wednesday morning in San Francisco.
If today’s logo is any indication, Google is about to unveil a real-time search overhaul. This is not about adding Twitter or Facebook results to Google search though; this is about search results that change as you type. Google has been testing this feature recently. Also likely to be announced tomorrow: AJAX-powered search results.
We’ll be live at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to cover Google’s big search event. Until then though, feel free to speculate about what today’s logo means and what the company will announce in the comments.
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