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Have you ever faced a situation where you miss a phone call and later want to know the caller ID details without calling back on the same number? Another instance could be where you wrote some phone number in a hurry while talking to someone and after a few days wondering about the phone number details. In short, there could be many incidences where you look for ways to do phone number search. The method is popularly known as reverse phone lookup.
Google.com domain is based out of US, and if you try to open it from some other country, then Google will open its location-based search page. For instance, if I try to go to google.com from Hong Kong then I am redirected to google.com.hk page. In short, my search query fetches location-based results and not the ones from the US. Frustrating! Isn’t it!
Today, search engines like Google, Bing, and many others have become synonyms for the internet. You talk about any question or topic, and Google comes right in front of you, smiling gullibly with the abundance of data. But do we know how these search engines work in the background and how are they able to fetch thousands of results with a blink of your eyes?
Google celebrated its 19th birthday on September 27, 2017, in a style. Google handpicked 18 best games from all Google Doodles released so far and rapped it all inside a surprise spinner. This list of games became 19 by the addition of a brand new Easter egg Snake Game.
Dow Jones, a unit of News Corp, published an erroneous story around Google acquiring Apple for $9 billion. The fake news mentioned that the whole deal was cut between Alphabet CEO Larry Page and late Steve Jobs per his will. The report cited that Google employees would move to Apple newly built headquarters and for that Google employee reacted in “Yay”.