Google Is Celebrating Its 23rd Birthday Today



Google's 23rd Birthday: The world famous search engine Google is celebrating its 23rd birthday on Monday. The company has made a great doodle on Google's homepage in which there is a cake decorated with the spelling of Google. The cake has a birthday candle in the middle instead of "L" and "23" is written on it. This doodle has also been made in animated format.

Google was founded on September 4, 1998. The company celebrated its birthday on this day 7 years from the beginning. After which the page was searched in a record number on the search engine on September 27 and then the company decided to celebrate its birthday on this day. 

The search engine Google was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two students from Stanford University in California. Before the official launch of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin named it 'Backrub' which was later named Google.

These students told that 'we named our system Google, because it is the common spelling for 10100 or googol and it fits our goal to create a large scale search engine.

Doodles on the Google.com homepage began in August 1998 to celebrate Burning Man Festival, a few days before the company's founding - chocolate frosting and sprinkles incorporate the letters "Google".

On December 3, 2019, Pichai also became the CEO of AlphabetActually Alphabet Inc. Google was created on 2 October 2015 through a reorganization and later became its parent company as well as its former subsidiaries.

Founded by Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Google is the most widely used search engine globally today. Its current CEO is Sundar Pichai, who assumed the position on October 24, 2015.

Google is the largest search engine in the world. Today people can search in more than 150 languages ​​on Google. In India too, Google has prepared itself locally and has added many languages ​​to it. Today you can use Google in laptop and computer, mobile.

Happy 23rd Birthday, Google! 

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