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In this essay, you will analyze five Google technologies that are current under research and development, including the self-driving automobile and four other technologies of your choice. The last chapter of your textbook discusses the search and advertising technologies of Google. While Google is best known for their search and advertising technologies, they also have a multi-billion dollar research and development department that works on cutting edge technologies ranging from self-driving automobiles to renewable energy. For your final case study, you will research 4 technologies (in addition to the self-driving automobile) that Google is currently developing, other than the search, advertising, and Gmail features that we are already familiar with.
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Length: 6 pages (1791 Words)
As a company, Google is a fast paced, high-energy work environment, where its employees get the opportunity of having fun while working hard. The development of the company has been so rapid, that the Google search engine is now the most popular search engine, and the term Google has also been listed in the dictionary as a verb. The products of the company act as an essential component of the everyday social and business lives of billions of people. Though the consumers seldom give it a moment’s thought, the Google search engine that has been helping many to navigate through different pages, video clips, images, and audio recordings and other vast content found in the World Wide Web has become essential. The search technology invented by Google is only about two decades old, and has acted as the cornerstone of the internet economy. Size of the searching services can be hard to conceive, with more than one trillion unique, worldwide URLs being indexed by Google in 2010. Nearly all the online users use the Google search engine, and it has been found to be spending about 10 percent of the time spent by individuals on the Web, accumulating to about four hours per month. With the high dependence of the Google products to its consumers, further research has been done, and is still being done, on new technologies that will provide better service to the consumers, as a way of adding other dimensions to its utility. Some examples of the emerging technologies that have been produced by Google include the following