Google.com is celebrating April Fool’s Day (April 1)Â with a name change of “Topeka.”
Why did they change it toÂ “Topeka?”Â Last month, the mayor of Topeka, Kansas temporarilyÂ changed the city’s nameÂ to ‘Google, Kansas’ in a bid to become one of the test beds for the company’s Fiber for Communities project. So GoogleÂ returned the favor today, in honor of April Fool’s Day.
You can read more about this from Google here.
The search engine site commonly changes its logo for holidays and special events with photos (such as Sesame Street characters when the children’s show recently celebrated a milestone) and other appearance changes.Â And April Fool’s Day is no exception.