08 September 2010 1878 Views

Yet Another Google Doodle Appears, May Be Teasing Live Search Results

by Dan Koelsch

Yesterday we told you about the latest enigmatic Google Doodle, and it looks like Google’s hint of more to come has started to come to fruition. Google has added fuel to the fire with their recent tweet that they are doing this “for something exciting coming very soon”. What could it be? We have an idea, which we’ll share after the jump.

Today’s doodle may not be as fun as yesterday’s, but it’s just as interactive. At first, it’s just the regular Google logo, only in gray. As you type in the search box, the colors come back to the logo simultaneously. This has lead the smart people at Engadget to deduce that this is teasing Google’s official launch of live search results, something they have been testing for a few weeks. With live search results, you can see real-time results as you type each character. Watch the video below to get a better idea.





Google is having a press conference this morning, where they are expected to announce this new feature.


UPDATE: Google announces Google Instant search



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