Google, a famous search engine that has taken over most parts of our lives.
The history of the creation of Google began in January 1996, when two Stanford Ph.D. students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin created a research project to find a better search engine.
After all, they nominated the first online browser “BackRub”. Later they changed the name to Google, a typo of the word “Googol”.
On September 15, 1997, Page and Brin registered “google.com”, and they kicked off their business in Menlo Park, California. By the end of the year in 1999, Google had already made more than 10,000 questions.
In 2003, the company moved to Mountain View, California. 12 years later, they reformed the business with the name Alphabet Inc.
Although the company first started as a search engine, it also offers many other services ever since.
Therefore, Sept 15 became the National Google.com Day to remind us how we benefit from this convenient searching tool every day. It is also a great time for us to surf through Google and learn something new.