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Google is not the biggest website in the world. It’s No. 2. Do you know who’s No. 1? Hint: It’s another American company.
Via Business Insider
It only takes half a second for Google to return a search based on keywords you type in, but there’s a whole lot more happening behind the scenes to give you the results you need. Google launched a video that explains the science behind how the massive search engine actually works.
Google may not be the new kid on the block anymore, but it’s still growing like one. As this infographic from Statista shows, the company continues its upward trajectory, at least if you go by revenues, stock price, net income and market share.
Full story at Mashable
If you’re sick of seeing content farms and other spammy links showing up in your Google search results, you can manually block any site through your Google Account preferences.
Facebook. Google. Zynga. They think they are the saints of American capitalism. But they’re really the successors to the Big Money magnets of the Gilded Age.
Silicon Valley likes to think of itself as morally exceptional. When Google went public in 2004, the Internet search company’s wunderkind founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, penned a letter to prospective shareholders that has become the Internet industry’s version of the Magna Carta. In it, they pledged that Google was “not a conventional company” but one focused on “making the world a better place.”
Full story at The Daily Beast
You probably know how to create multiple email aliases in Gmail by adding the plus symbol and dots to your Gmail username but there’s something more interesting. When you create a Gmail account, you actually get two email addresses.
It has already infiltrated the four corners of the globe with its cameras, meticulously building up an online archive of street-level photography. However, not content with documenting virtually every inch of the planet’s landmass, Google is preparing to take its Earth feature to new depths when it ventures into the underwater world.
Big data is literally changing what computers can do. You are already benefiting because big data brought you Google.
Full story at Business Insider
Google is one the best and top Search Engine and if you use Google only to search for words and phrases, you’re doing it wrong. There are so many thing you can done with Google Search. The service is loaded with many advanced tricks that you can enable from that unassuming search box.
Google is considered one of the most fun places to work. You have great perks, a ridiculous computer setup and are one of the most valued employees in the world. So why would you leave?