Google unveiled a new logo

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Following its corporate reorganisation last month, Google is making another major change – the company on Tuesday unveiled a new logo.

Google’s new logo epitomises the company as it stands today, present on myriad devices rather than its humble roots of a single browser page. Apart from the redesign of the full logo, which while retaining the same colours for the letters features a new font, Google has also reimagined its little blue ‘g’ icon to a four-colour ‘G’.

The updated logo features a sans-serif typeface, similar to the one being used by Google’s newly created holding company, Alphabet. The new logo is already visible on its Search home page, and will roll out across products soon. It is the fifth such logo redesign since Google started in 1998.

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