Google Search

Google Search is a search engine for the Web whose domain was registered on September 15th 1997, one year later the company Google Inc. was founded. Google Search was created by Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Stanford University while they were studying for their Ph.D..

Google Search catalogues and indexes the resources of the World Wide Web taking care of news, photos, maps, email, translations, videos etc. It organizes information on a global level and makes IT accessible and useful for everyone. The process of showing up the most useful results for users begins with the scanning of data available on the web, then Google’s algorithm studies the query and decides wich results to load and how to rank them sorting them by relevance.

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