This is how tech firms showed their Pride
As LGBT Pride Month comes to an end, a Supreme Court ruling today has legalized same-sex marriage across the US. That means it's time to break out the doodles.
To celebrate, a large number of tech companies today have changed their logos or posted to social media. Our newsfeeds have never been so colorful.
Here is a round-up of tech companies showing their support of marriage equality, featuring filters, hashtags and Easter eggs.
Uber keeps us moving from destination to destination, but the company proved to be emotionally moving today by tweeting an equality-celebrating GIF.
The ride hailing service is also adding little rainbows that trail its drivers within the app today. Maybe that'll brighten up the fact it's going to take 12 minutes for the driver to pick you up from the airport.
You can celebrate Pride on Facebook in your own colorful way, and it only takes a few clicks. The social network is allowing everyone to add colorful stripes to your profile pictures.
This auto-generating red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple rainbow overlay is joined by a Facebook Stories short film about an LGBT supporter who started Facebook group LGBTQ.
"Today is a historic day recognizing marriage equality for same-sex couples across the US," the social media giant wrote today.
"In celebration of this and LGBT Pride Month, we're sharing the story of Justin Kamimoto, one of many individuals making a difference for this community."
The White House
Okay, it's not a tech company, but the state-of-the-art home of the first sitting US President to declare support for same-sex marriage is getting a Pride-supporting colorful makeover online and IRL.
The White House is being decked out with rainbow-colored flood lights to celebrate the Supreme Court ruling. It could be seen through a live White House video feed for a bit, too.