Definition – What does Google mean?
Google is a world’s most popular search engine that uses a proprietary algorithm that’s is designed to retrieved and order search results to deliver the most relevant and dependable sources of data possible. The state mission of Google is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. This search engine is so dominant that the term Google can also be used as a verb, so that when someone searches for something on Google, it may say Googled it.
Glossary Web explains Google
Google was found in 1998 and developed by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were PhD students. Together, they own about 14% of its shares and control 56% of the stockholder voting power through super-voting stock. The algorithm of the search engine is uniquely designed because it ranked pages not only based on their content but on how many other pages on the web linked to them. Its algorithm is patented and named PageRank. The current technology is based on some of these principals but has evolved to the point where there many more variable at play.
Although the Google Corporation has since branched out to provide lots of other products beyond search, the search engine is still the company’s most popular product and service. The most popular Google products include Android, Blogger, Chrome, Gmail, Google+, Google Ads, Google Analytic, Google Assistant and Google Allo etc.