Google Celebrates 21st Birthday: Colorful Google Doodle Reveals

Google, the world’s largest search engine, celebrates its 21st birthday today. Instead, Google has released new doodles.

On the same day, September 27, 1998, the Ph.D. Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page have created the largest search engine by students.

They named their search site Google with the word ‘Google’, the maximum number that can be reached by placing 100 zeros after the number 100. Furthermore, they felt that the information contained on the site should be publicly accessible and internationally accessible. Google is targeting “Don’t Be Evil” which means ‘Do Not Evil’.

Google is one of the 7 largest technology companies in the world. The others are Amazon, Apple and Facebook. Google currently works in 100 languages. The word ‘Google’ is also found in the Oxford English Dictionary and in the Dictionary of the Merriam website. It means ‘searching for information using Google’.

Google Doodle, too, was part of this quest from the beginning. The Google Doodle was first designed in 1998 to celebrate the Burning Man festival. It was designed by Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page. Back then, Google Doodle was designed by contractors. Currently Google Doodle is designed by the company ‘Toddle’.

As of October 28, 2016, Google has 70 companies in 40 countries. Alexa has been listed as the most visited website in the world, determining the quality of websites and the number of readers it reads. Of the 100 most visited websites on Google services, including YouTube and Blogger.

Google is involved in issues such as patents, audits, tax avoidance and privacy. However, Google searches for answers to their questions every year.

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