Wednesday marks the 25th anniversary of Google, the search engine technology business, and today’s Doodle reflects that.
In a statement titled “25th Anniversary of Google”, Google celebrated its 90th anniversary and recounted the company’s journey from humble beginnings in a garage to becoming a household name.
The caption reads: “Doodle celebrates 25 years at Google today. Here at Google, we are continually looking to the future, but birthdays also create room for reflection. Let’s take a trip to find out where you were born.” A trip down memory lane
According to Google, PhD students Sergey Brin and Larry Page met in the late 90s and Google was officially founded on this day in September 1998.
They quickly realized they had the same goal in mind: improving accessibility on the World Wide Web. The two had spent hours in the dorm room creating a prototype of a vast search engine.
“As the project made continuous success, they moved their activities to Google’s first office, which was a rented garage. Google’s official founding date was September 27, 1998.
In a statement marking its 25th anniversary, Google said: “While much has changed since 1998, including the logo you see in today’s Doodle, our mission remains the same: to organize the world’s information and make it accessible. giving them widely.” “Billions of people in the world use Google services to work, communicate, play etc
Thank you for growing with us over the past 25 years, and we look forward to pursuing the future together and seeing where it takes us.