The most recent one includes a GIF that changes "Google" into "G25gle" to honour the 25th anniversary...
Digital Desk: The world's most popular search engine, Google, turned 25 on Wednesday, and is commemorating its birthday with a doodle. The company has over the years featured various doodles on its birthday as part of a "walk down memory lane."
The most recent one includes a GIF that changes "Google" into "G25gle" to honour the 25th anniversary. Confetti appears on the website after you click the logo.
"The Doodle for today honours Google's 25th anniversary. Birthdays can also serve as an opportunity for reflection, even though we at Google are always looking to the future. Let's go back in time to see how we were created 25 years ago," the business said in a blog post.
Much has changed since 1998, according to the statement, which stated, "Organize the world's knowledge and make it widely accessible and useful...We appreciate your support as we've changed over the past 25 years. We are eager to follow the future together and see where it leads."
Sergey Brin and Larry Page, two PhD students at Stanford University studying computer science in the late 1990s, developed Google. The two quickly discovered that they had similar goals in mind for the World Wide Web, including making it more user-friendly. On September 4, 1998, Google was established, and Google Inc. was formally established on September 27, 1998.
The company changed the date of the celebrations from September 4 to September 27 to coincide with the revelation of the record number of pages that this search engine was indexing. The company celebrated its birthday on September 4 for the first seven years.
Sundar Pichai, who took over for Page on October 24, 2015, is the head of the global search engine at the moment. While this was happening, Page assumed the same role at Alphabet Inc. Pichai was appointed CEO of Alphabet on December 3, 2019, as well.
Google doodle history
The doodle was created in 1998, a month before Google was founded. The initial doodle featured the renowned "Burning Man" festival in Black Rock City, Nevada.