Google Employees Celebrate 25 Years of Fun and Creativity

Google is a tech giant that has come a long way since its humble beginnings in a garage in September 1998. The search engine is now the most used in the world and has an unprecedented amount of our data. To celebrate its 25th birthday, the company has unveiled a special Google Doodle and hidden a few Easter Eggs across its platforms.

The Google Doodle on Wednesday shows each of the Google logos through the years before morphing into a 25th-anniversary logo. The doodle also reveals that if you type “Google 25th birthday” into the search bar, confetti will rain down on your results page.

While Google has grown into a massive corporation with tentacles that extend to Android mobile software, YouTube, and even self-driving cars, it remains committed to its original vision of making information easily accessible to everyone. Its dedication to innovation and delighting its users has made it a force to be reckoned with in the technology industry.

The tech giant’s birthday is a great time to take stock of all its achievements in its short life. From a dorm room project to a global tech giant, Google has transformed the lives of billions of people and changed how we live our daily lives. But it isn’t just the company’s successes that are worth celebrating; its commitment to improving the world is equally impressive.

To commemorate its 25th birthday, Google has released a series of pictures from the grand celebrations that took place at the Google offices. In the first picture, shared on Instagram by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Mr Pichai addresses the people sitting in the audience. He is seen wearing a birthday cap and looking extremely happy as he delivers his speech. The video also shows the unique decor at the Google offices and the special birthday cake.

In the next photo, posted on Twitter by Google’s official account, several employees celebrate in their workplaces. The workers wear matching outfits and hold up signs displaying various birthday messages. The employees are also shown cutting a giant birthday cake with the Google logo.

The company has shared many other photos on its official social media accounts. It has also published a special video that pays tribute to the late Jerry Lawson, who created the first cartridge-based video game system. The video also features several playable levels by guest artists and game designers.

For those who could not make it to the Google offices, the tech giant has also uploaded an interactive video for its birthday that allows you to take a virtual tour of the entire office space. It is available on the Google homepage. The video is a must-see for all Google fans.

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