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Google celebrates its 23rd birthday with animated doodle

Today's Google Doodle: The animated doodle features a cake with “23” written on top of it, with a birthday candle substituting for “L” in "Google."

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 27, 2021 10:59:40 am
Google celebrates 23rd birthday with a cake doodle (Source: Google Doodle)

Google Doodle today: Google is celebrating its 23rd birthday on Monday. To mark the occasion, the search engine came up with a doodle on its homepage.

The animated doodle features a cake with “23” written on top of it, with a birthday candle substituting for “L” in “Google.”

While Google’s foundation started in the year 1997, it was officially established as a company on September 27, 1998. Co-founded by Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Google is today the most widely-used search engine globally. Its current CEO is Sundar Pichai, who succeeded Page on October 24, 2015.

In 1997, Sergey Brin, a graduate student at Stanford University was assigned to show Larry Page, who was considering Stanford for graduate school at the time, around campus. By the next year, the two Google co-founders were building a search engine together in their dorm rooms and developing their first prototype.

“Every day, there are billions of searches on Google in more than 150 languages around the globe, and while much has changed from the early days of Google, from its first server housed in a cabinet built out of toy blocks to its servers now being housed in more than 20 data centers globally, its mission of making the world’s information accessible to everyone remains the same,” Google wrote in its statement.

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