Google Celebrates 23-Year-Old’s Birthday Cake Dudley

Silicon Valley: Global search engine Google is celebrating its 23rd birthday on Monday (September 27, 2021). American technology company is celebrating the occasion with a special Dudel on its homepage.

Today’s Google doodle shows a birthday candle replacing “L” in Google with a “23” cake. Google was actually founded by Large Page and Sergei Brin, PhD students at Stanford University in California on September 4, 1998.

However, a year earlier, the two had actually started working together in their bedrooms with their basic prototype on their search engine. In less than 23 years, Google has established itself as the world’s most powerful and comprehensive search engine.

The company celebrated its first birthday on September 4. However, he later decided to move the search engine index to September 27 to match the number of pages he was referring to.

Google It was launched in 2004 and Completely owned by Alphabet Inc. in 2015. It is organized as a subdivision. The search engine enables searches in more than 150 languages ​​worldwide today.

In their own words – “Every day there are billions of searches on Google in over 150 languages ​​around the world, and much has changed since the early days of Google, from the first server in a cabinet made of server blocks. His mission is to make the world’s information accessible to all of his servants in more than 20 data centers around the world.

The history of doodle itself dates back to 1998, a month before Google was founded. The first doodle was at the long-running “Burning Man” event in Black Rock City, Nevada.

On October 24, 2015, Sandar Picka was co-founder and co-founder of Larry Page and became Google CEO. Page, meanwhile, by Alphabet Inc.

On December 3, 2019, Picka also became the CEO of Alphabet.

Happy Birthday, Google!

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