Father's Day celebrated in Google doodle

Father's Day celebrated in Google doodle

www.guardian.co.uk
New Search engine creates doodle in honour of event created in early 20th century by American Sonora DoddGoogle has celebrated Father's Day by creating an animated version of its logo in tribute. It depicts the E from the logo covertly deploying a robot to deliver a mug bearing the logo '#1'...
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