The google homepage is available in 80 different languages.
The name Google is derived from the term ‘googol’. A googol is a numeric value of 1 with 100 zeroes after it!
Google has about 90% market share in the world.
On August 16, 2013, Google stopped working for 5 minutes, in that time Internet usage decreased by 40% globally!
Larry Page’s web page at Stanford was the first page indexed by Google.
Andy Bechtolsheim, co-founder of Sun Microsystems co-founder, was the first investor of Google, who initially invested $100k in Google in August 1998.
The first tweet by Google was “I’m feeling lucky” and it was in binary form.
The new employees at Google are called “Nooglers”. It is the short form for “New Googlers”.
Google Employees are provided with multi-colored caps for recognition.
Google employees are provided with multicolored bicycles named as “Gbikes”. They can use these bikes to roam around the campus.
The domain google.com was registered on 15th September 1997. After that Google registered various other domains, and the interesting thing is, it registered domains with all kinds of misspellings as well!
33% percent of all the searches on Google come from smartphones.
The program which crawls web pages for information to display on Google Search Results is named “GoogleBot”.
The original name of Google was BackRub. The name refers to its underlying algorithm to check backlinks!
The founders of Google Sergey Brin and Larry Page have their private runways at NASA!
The term ‘Google’ was officially added as a verb in the Oxford Dictionary in 2006.
The headquarter of Google is named the Googleplex and is based in California’s silicon valley.
About 15% of searches made on Google have never been searched before.
The first office space of Google was a rented garage!
One of Google’s services, Gmail was launched on April fool’s day!