How old is Google? History of the most popular search engine


According to technology company EarthWeb, Google processes around 8.5 billion searches per day. With Statista’s estimate of 1.88 billion total websites on the internet in August 2021, Google’s reach is still a long way from reaching the massive number that gave it its name – but it’s growing by the day. day.

Originally conceptualized as a search engine, the company has grown tremendously since its inception. Google also owns YouTube, and its purchase of Android has allowed the company to establish itself in the phone market with products like the Google Pixel smartphone.

How old is Google?

Google Inc. was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin on September 4, 1998, following a $100,000 investment from Andy Bechtolsheim, co-founder of Sun Microsystems.

According to History, Page and Brin filed for an initial public offering of Google stock on April 29, 2004. The company went public in August 2004.

Google renamed its company Alphabet in 2015, making Google a subsidiary, Investopedia says. The move was intended to avoid antitrust violations and unite all of the company’s acquisitions and services into one technology conglomerate.

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Who is the CEO of Google?

In 2019, Page and Brin stepped down from their respective roles as CEO and chairman, according to Search Engine Journal. The current CEO of the company is Sundar Pichai.

When did Google buy YouTube?

In early October 2006, Google bought YouTube for $1.65 billion. Since June 2022, Susan Wojcicki, the 16th employee of Google, has been the CEO of YouTube.

When did Google buy Android?

According to Wired, Google acquired Android in 2005 for $50 million, an investment that is paying off. Data from Statista reveals that more than 80% of smartphones worldwide have been using Android operating systems since 2014.

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