Can you tell it’s a slow news day, yet? Anyway, Google’s announced that doodles – the fun designs that replace Google’s logo for special occasions – will now be featured in mobile browsers. There have been some really cool doodles (Pac-Man, anyone?) and some uninspiring ones, but they are still cool and if you’re the type who goes to Google everyday to see if there’s a new doodle up, then you’ll love that you can check them out on your Android phone. [via Google]
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