Google Gets a New Favicon
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Google has a new favicon. It may seem like small news, but when you consider that it’s a complete rebranding, even if only in a microspace – it’s a space seen by millions of people a day – heck, millions of people an hour.

(The favicon is that little tiny graphic in the left of your URL address bar at the top of your browser. Ours, for example, is the little grey ribbon which is the emblem of our Secure Your Computer campaign. It’s like a little tiny logo.)


Google’s new favicon looks like this:

And here is Google’s new favicon, as it would appear in an address bar:

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So what do you think? Do you like it? And what, if anything, do you think it signfies about Google’s next moves?

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