Google Past, Current, Still so


In the digital era like today, the existence of Google as a search engine on the internet is no doubt. But who would have thought the form of Google from the first time born, not too much alias change so-so only.

Google itself just entering the age of 19 years on September 4 yesterday. Founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while still a student at Stanford University. At that time, this duo created Google as a container of world information and accessible to everyone.

However, Google did not launch their search site until a year later. Quoted from Business Insider, Monday (18/09/2017), on September 27, 1998 is the birthday of Google actually.

It is known, however, that the use of the Google.com domain name has been listed on the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) since September 15, 1997. That means, the Google.com domain is already two decades old.

The achievement was celebrated by Google in their Twitter account. In the form of animation, mark 20 years old this is marked by amount hurus 'o' which reach 20.

"Happy domain-iversary! Celebrating 20 years since we registered Google.com with many o its," twit Google.

Switch to the first time Google appeared, 19 years ago. The design of this Google page has not changed much. From the beginning until now, the company based in Mountain View, United States, is still carrying the same color in each letter, namely blue, red, yellow, blue, green, red.

The only visible difference is the user exclamation point, when Google first existed in cyberspace, where Google now does not use it. In addition, the retro search page view is now changed more simply.

Transformation also occurs on the Google business side. This company not only rely on revenue as an internet search engine but has penetrated into various lines. Call it the cloud, fiber optics, video sites, software, smartphones and digital advertising that is the largest source of income.
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