International Women’s Day Google Doodle 2016: #OneDayIWill

It’s International Women’s Day, and as Google celebrating women by asking them to finish the sentence, “One day I will..” #OneDayIWill

One Day I Will- Google doodle

International Women’s Day 2016 – #OneDayIWill

Google film crews visited around the world to create a series of videos that highlight women sharing their dreams and aspirations by telling what they plan to accomplish one day. According to Google, the crews were made up of mostly women to foster a celebratory and encouraging environment.

Behind the scenes of the 2016 International Women’s Day Google Doodle, They met 337 women in 13 cities around the world.

You can view all 13 of Google’s #OneDayIWill videos on the Google Doodle blog: International Women’s Day 2016.

In addition to the video, Google has included a link on its home page to a #OneDayIWill website, where women can share their aspirations, as well as watch behind-the-scenes footage of the #OneDayIWill videos.

Google doodle on T20 Cricket World Cup

Google posted a new doodle on Google India home page, where Google Welcoming the 2016 edition of the 2016 ICC T20 Cricket World Cup.

ICC T20 Cricket World Cup Google doodle

ICC T20 Cricket World Cup will start from March 8, 2016 and run till April 3, 2016. This tournament will be played across seven venues in India and total 16 teams participating, all 16 teams are listed below-

  1. India
  2. Australia
  3. England
  4. New Zealand
  5. Pakistan
  6. South Africa
  7. Sri Lanka
  8. West Indies
  9. Bangladesh
  10. Zimbabwe
  11. Scotland
  12. Ireland
  13. Hong Kong
  14. Netherlands
  15. Afghanistan
  16. Oman

In doodle google shows a cricket stadium with two teams  are seen playing.

The first match of the tournament are scheduled on dated March 8, 2016 between Zimbabwe and Hong Kong at 3 PM and 2nd match between Scotland and Afghanistan at 7.30 PM. The opening matches will be played in Nagpur (Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground).

You can check cricket schedule by clicking on Google doodle and also by searing “cricket schedule”

cricket schedule   Google Search

Search Your Misplaced Android Device on Goolge – “Find My Phone”

Google New Feature “Find My Phone”

Now you can search for your Android device / phone [find my phone] by searching in on Google and if you have misplace your Android device, Google will help you to locate your device for you and map your phone on the search page. This will help those who lose their phone be able to quickly locate it in Google search, as opposed to their Android management page. By help of Google even click on the “Ring” button on the bottom of the map to make your phone ring so now you can find your misplaced Android device quick and easily.

Following is the picture of Google search attempting to locate an Android phone:

Google "find My Phone"

Google Find My Phone

 

Here is a picture of Google search locating the device with mapping.

google-find-my-phone-2

Here is a quick video