Over six billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube — that’s almost an hour for every person on Earth.
Google uses a secret web tool called foo.bar to recruit new employees based on what they search for online.
If Google sees that you’re searching for specific programming terms, they may ask you to apply for a job.
The first Google storage was made from LEGO bricks.
Google might also be one of the first websites whose name finally became a popular verb in the English language.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin made the first Google Doodle in August 1998.
Google’s search index is more than 100 million gigabytes in size. It would take 100,000 one-terabyte personal drives to contain the same amount of data.
Google has acquired 24 companies in 2014 alone — that’s two companies a month.
Google written backwards is elgooG, but did you know you could search backwards too at Google Mirror – I’m elgooG. Try out elgoog. Google Mirror – I’m elgooG
Google has a pet T-rex, named Stan, which lives at their California headquarters. Founders bought it to remind the employees to not let Google go extinct.
Google Sky Maps allows you to view stars, constellations, galaxies and planets.
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