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    World’s Favorite Google Celebrates 23rd Birthday with a Sweet Doodle

    Worlds favorite go to search engine Google celebrates its 23rd Birthday today. Google.com shared the celebratory moment with a google doodle cake with 23 years etched on a cake.

    “In 1997, Sergey Brin, a graduate student at Stanford University, just so happened to be 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. In 1998, Google Inc. was officially born,” read a post on the Google Doodle blog.

    Billions of searches on Google is made in 150 languages around the globe – Google said .

    Google was founded on September 4, 1998. The company marked the celebrations on this day for the first seven years. It later decided to shift the celebrations to September 27 to coincide with the announcement of the record number of pages that this search engine was indexing.

    “Every day, there are billions of searches on Google in more than 150 languages around the globe,” Google said in the post.

    Google recently announced its latest AI innovations to make search more helpful

    Its servers are now being housed in more than 20 data centres globally, it said.

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