Google’s Twitter account will tweet out a daily puzzle, photo challenge, or essay question at a a href=;_ylu=X3oDMTFqaWd2Ymg3BG1pdANBcnRpY2xlIEJvZHkEcG9zAzIEc2VjA01lZGlhQXJ0aWNsZUJvZHlBc3NlbWJseQ–;_ylg=X3oDMTMwamZjNjdvBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDZjJjNTA2ZjgtYWNjOC0zYWI5LTkwNGEtN2JkODVjYzVhNDNkBHBzdGNhdAN0ZWNofHdpcmVsZXNzBHB0A3N0b3J5cGFnZQ–;_ylv=0/SIG=147oagqrk/EXP=1322495973/**http%3A// target=_blankspecified time/a. The answers submitted will then be judged by a panel of Google employees. As the contest is available in countries all around the world the times the questions will be posted changes day by day as to not give any one region an advantag.

a href= src=×258.jpg alt= title=samsung-google-galaxy-nexus width=300 height=258 class=alignleft size-medium wp-image-1305 //aSo if you want to be one of the first kids on the block to get the new a href= target=_blankGoogle Galaxy Nexus/a phone you should jump on Twitter and follow Google. This is the perfect chance for everyone out there who wishes they could have one, but just can’t afford it. The 10 day contest consists of one question or challenge a day via Twitter–ends November 21. Google has left the rules, and requirements pretty open, so be prepared to use your imagination.