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Eric Schmidt, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page sitting together
Mgbe ahụ-CEO, na onye bụbu onye isi oche nke Google Eric Schmidt ya na ndị ọrụ nhazi Sergey Brin na Larry Page (aka ekpe gaa n'aka nri) na 2008

Gogulu LLC bụ ụlọ ọrụ nkà na ụzụ mba Amerika nke na-ahụ maka ọrụ na ngwaahịa metụtara ịntanetị, nke gụnyere “search engine” , teknụzụ mgbasa ozi n'ịntanetị, igwe ojii, ngwanrọ na ngwaike. A na-ewere ụlọ ọrụ nne na nna Gogulu Alphabet Inc. dị ka otu n'ime ụlọ ọrụ teknụzụ ozi gbasara Big Five Amerika, n'akụkụ Amazon, Apulu, Meta na Maikrosoftu .

E hiwere Gogulu na Septemba 4, 1998, site na Larry Page na Sergey Brin mgbe ha bụ Ph.D. ụmụ akwụkwọ na Mahadum Stanford dị na mba Kalifonia. Ha niile nwere ihe dịka 14% nke oha oke ahia depụtara n'ihu ọha ma na-achịkwa 56% nke ikike ịtụ vootu site na ngwaahịa ịtụ vootu. Ulo ọrụ ahụ gara ọha site na onyinye ọha mbụ (IPO) na 2004. N'afọ 2015, a haziri Gogulu ka ọ bụrụ ihe enyemaka nke Alphabet Inc. . Gogulu bụ enyemaka Alphabet kachasị na ọ bụ ụlọ ọrụ na-ejide ihe onwunwe na mmasị ịntanetị nke Alphabet. A họpụtara Sundar Pichai onye isi ala Gogulu na Ọktoba 24, 2015, nọchiri Larry Page, onye ghọrọ onye isi nke Alphabet. Na Disemba 3, 2019, Pichai ghọkwara onye isi ala Alphabet. [1]

Na 2021, e hiwere Alphabet Workers Union, nke ndị ọrụ Gogulu mejupụtara. [2]

Mmụba ngwa ngwa nke ụlọ ọrụ ahụ ebe ọ bụ na ntinye aha gụnyere ngwaahịa, nnweta, na mmekọrịta karịrị Gogulu isi search engine, (Gogulu Saachi). Ọ na-enye ọrụ emebere maka ọrụ na nrụpụta (Gogulu Doks ,Gogulu Shiits , na Gogulu Slaidis) , email ( Gmail ), nhazi oge na njikwa oge ( Gogulu kalenda ), nchekwa igwe ojii ( Gogulu draivu), ozi ngwa ngwa na nkata vidiyo ( Gogulu Duo, Chat Gogulu, na Nzukọ Gogulu ), nsụgharị asụsụ ( Gogulu transleti), maapụ na igodo ( Gogulu Maps, Waze, Gogulu Earth, na View Street ), Bochum pọdkastị ( Pọdkastị Google ), nkesa vidiyo ( YouTube ), mbipụta blọgụ ( Blogger ), ihe ndetu ( Gogulu kiipu na jamboodu, na nhazi foto na edezi ( Foto Gogulu). Ụlọ ọrụ ahụ na-eduga mmepe nke sistemụ mkpanaka mkpanaka Android, ihe nchọgharị weebụ “Gogulu Kromu na Kromu OS (dị arọ, sistemụ arụmọrụ nke dabere na isi mmalite “Chromium OS”nke na-emepe emepe). Gogulu abanyela na-arịwanye elu n'ime ngwaike; site na 2010 ruo 2015, ya na ndị isi na-emepụta ngwá elektronik na mmepụta nke Gogulu Nexus ngwaọrụ, na ọ wepụtara otutu ngwaike ngwaahịa na 2016, gụnyere Gogulu pikzelakara nke ekwenti ulo Gogulu smart ọkà okwu, Gogulu Wifi ntupu wireless rawụta. Gogulu anwalelakwa ịghọ onye na-ebu ịntanetị (Google Fiber na Google Fi)

Gogulu.com bụ webụsaịtị a kacha eleta n'ụwa niile. Ọtụtụ webụsaịtị Gogulu nwere nokwana nandepụta weebụsaịtị kachasị ewu ewu gụnyere “YouTube na Blogger”. [3] Nandepụta nke ụdị kachasị ọnụ ahịa, Gogulu na-ahọrọ nke abụọ site na Forbes [4] na nke anọ site na Interbrand. [5]O natala nnukwu nkatọ metụtara okwu ndị dị kanchegbu nzuzo,izere ụtụ isi, nnyocha,nnọpụiche ọchụchọ, mgbochi ntụkwasị obi na iji ọnọdụ naanị ya eme ihe.

Akụkọ ihe mere eme[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Afọ mbụ[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Larry Page na Sergey Brin n'afọ 2003

Gogulu malitere na Jenụwarị 1996 dịka ọrụ nyocha nke Larry Page na Sergey Brin mere mgbe ha abụọ bụ ụmụ akwụkwọ PhD na Mahadum Stanford dị na mba Kalifonia. [6] [7] [8]Na mbu, oru a metụtara onye na-akwadoghị "onye nchoputa nke atọ", Scott Hassan, onye mmemme mbu onye dere ọtụtụ gbasara koduu maka mbụ “Google Search engine” , ma ọ hapụrụ tupu Gogulu enwe ntọala dị ka ụlọ ọrụ; [9] Hassan gara n'ihu ịchụso ọrụ na “robotics” wee hiwe ụlọ ọrụ “Willow Garage” na 2006. [10] [11]

Ọ bụ ezie na engines ọchụchọ ndị a na-ahụkarị na-ahọrọ nsonaazụ site n'ịgụ ugboro ole okwu ọchụchọ pụtara na ibe, ha chepụtara maka usoro ka mma nke nyochara mmekọrịta dị n'etiti weebụsaịtị. [12] Ha na-akpọ nke a algọridim “PageRank” ; o kpebiri mkpaweebụsaịtịna ọnụọgụ ibe, yana mkpa nke ibe ndị ahụ jikọtara azụ na saịtị mbụ. [13] [14] Page gwara Hassan echiche ya, onye malitere ide koduu iji mejuputa echiche Page. [9]

Page na Brin kpọburu aha ihe nchọta ọhụrụ ahụ “BackRub”n'ihi na sistemụ ahụ lere “backlinks” iji chọpụta mkpa saịtị dị. [6] [15] [16] Page na Brin kpọrọ Hassan na Alan Steremberg dị ka ndị dị mkpa maka mmepe Gogulu. Rajeev Motwani na Terry Winograd mechara dekọọ Page na Brin akwụkwọ mbụ gbasara ọrụ ahụ, na-akọwa PageRank na ụdị mbụ nke igwe nchọta Gogulu, nke e bipụtara na 1998. A kpọtụrụ Héctor García-Molina na Jeff Ullman ka ndị nyere aka na ọrụ ahụ. [17] PageRank na-emetụta otu ibe-nhazi na saịtị-akara algọridim na mbụ ejiri mee ihe maka RankDex, nke Robin Li mepụtara na 1996, na Larry Page's PageRank patenti gụnyere ntinye aka na patenti RankDex mbụ nke Li; Li mechara mepụta igwe nchọta ndị China Baidu . [18] [19]

Ka ana aga, ha gbanwere aha Gogulu ; aha nke search engine bụ egwuregwu na okwu googol , [6] [20] [21] ọnụ ọgụgụ buru ibu nke edere 10 100 (1 sochiri 100 zeros), họrọ iji gosi na e bu n'obi na search engine iji nye nnukwu. ọnụọgụgụ ozi. [22]

Edebanyere aha ngalaba aha www.google.com na Septemba 15, 1997, [23] na ewebata ụlọ ọrụ na Septemba 4, 1998. Ọ dabere na ebe a na-adọba ụgbọala nke Susan Wojcicki [8] na Menlo Park, Kalifonia Craig Silverstein, nwa akwụkwọ ibe PhD na Stanford, goro dị ka onye ọrụ mbụ. [8] [24] [25]

Gogulu nwetara ego mbụ site na ntinye ego nke August 1998 nke $100,000 sitere n'aka Andy Bechtolsheim, [6] ngalaba-nchoputa nke Sun Microsystems, izu ole na ole tupu Septemba 7, 1998, ụbọchị ewebatara Gogulu. [26] [27] Gogulu nwetara ego n'aka ndị mmụọ ozi atọ ndị ọzọ na-etinye ego na 1998: Amazon.com nchoputa Jeff Bezos, Stanford University kọmputa sayensị prọfesọ David Cheriton, na entapirenua Ram Shriram . [28] N'etiti ndị mbụ tinyere ego, ndị enyi, na ezinụlọ Google welitere gburugburu $1,000,000, nke mere ka ha mepee ụlọ ahịa mbụ ha na Menlo Park, California . [29]

Mgbe ụfọdụ agbakwunyere, obere ntinye ego site na njedebe nke 1998 ruo mmalite 1999, [28] a mara ọkwa ọhụrụ $ 25 nde nke ego na June 7, 1999, na nnukwu ndị na-etinye ego gụnyere ụlọ ọrụ isi obodo Kleiner Perkins na Sequoia Capital . [27]

Otuto ya[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Na Machị 1999, ụlọ ọrụ ahụ kwagara ụlọ ọrụ ya na Palo Alto, California, [30] nke bụ ebe ọtụtụ mmalite teknụzụ Silicon Valley a ma ama. [31] N'afọ sochirinụ, Gogulu malitere ire mgbasa ozi metụtara isiokwu ọchụchọ megide Page na Brin na mbụ megidere igwe nchọta ego mgbasa ozi kwadoro. [32] [8] Iji jikwaa imewe ibe na-enweghị mgbagwoju anya, mgbasa ozi sitere naanị ederede. [33] Na June 2000, a mara ọkwa na Gogulu ga-abụ onye na-eweta ihe nchọta nchọta maka Yahoo!, otu n'ime weebụsaịtị kachasị ewu ewu n'oge ahụ, nochiri Inktomi . [34] [35]

Na 2003, mgbe ha toro ebe abụọ ọzọ, ụlọ ọrụ ahụ gbazitere ụlọ ọrụ ụlọ ọrụ site na Silicon Graphics, na 1600 Amphitheater Parkway na Mountain View, California . [36] A bịara mara mgbagwoju anya dị ka Googleplex, egwuregwu na okwu googolplex, ọnụọgụgụ nke googol zeroes sochiri ya. Afọ atọ ka e mesịrị, Google zụtara ụlọ ahụ n'aka SGI maka $319 nde. [37] N'oge ahụ, aha "Google" abanyela n'asụsụ kwa ụbọchị, na-eme ka ngwaa " google " tinye na Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary na Oxford English Dictionary, nke a kọwara dị ka: "iji Google search engine mee ihe. nweta ozi na ịntanetị." [38] [39] Ojiji mbụ nke ngwaa na telivishọn pụtara na ihe omume October 2002 nke Buffy the Vampire Slayer . [40]

Na mgbakwunye, na 2001 ndi tinyere ego na gogulu chere na ọ dị mkpa inwe njikwa ime ụlọ siri ike, ha kwekọrịtara iwere Eric Schmidt dị ka onye isi oche na onye isi Gogulu [41]

Onyinye ọhaneze izizi[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Na Ọgọst 19, 2004, Gogulu ghọrọ ụlọ ọrụ ọha site na onyinye mbụ ọha . N'oge ahụ Larry Page, Sergey Brin, na Eric Schmidt kwetara ịrụkọ ọrụ ọnụ na Google maka afọ iri abuo , ruo n'afọ 2024. [42] Ụlọ ọrụ ahụ nyere oke ahia 19,605,052 na ọnụ ahịa $85 kwa òkè. [43] [44] A na-ere òkè na ntanetị n'ịntanetị site na iji usoro nke Morgan Stanley na Credit Suisse wuru, ndị na-ede akwụkwọ maka nkwekọrịta ahụ. [45] [46] Ire nke ijeri $1.67 nyere Gogulu isi ahịa ahịa karịrị ijeri $23. [47]

Na Nọvemba 13, 2006, Gogulu nwetara YouTube maka ijeri $1.65 na ngwaahịa Gogulu, [48] [49] [50] [51] Na Maachị 11, 2008, Gogulu nwetara DoubleClick maka $3.1 ijeri, na-ebufe na Gogulu mmekọrịta bara uru nke “DoubleClick”nwere na ndị mbipụta Weebụ na ụlọ ọrụ mgbasa ozi. [52] [53]

Ka ọ na-erule afọ 2011, Gogulu na-eji ihe dị ka ijeri 3 na-achọ ihe kwa ụbọchị. Iji jikwaa ọrụ a, Gogulu wuru ebe data 11 gburugburu ụwa nwere ọtụtụ puku sava na nke ọ bụla. Ebe data ndị a nyere Google aka ijikwa ọrụ na-agbanwe mgbe niile nke ọma. [41]

Na Mee 2011, ọnụ ọgụgụ ndị ọbịa pụrụ iche kwa ọnwa na Gogulu karịrị otu ijeri na nke mbụ ya. [54] [55]

Na Mee 2012, Gogulu nwetara Motorola Mobility maka $12.5 ijeri, n'inweta ya kachasị ruo taa. [56] [57] [58] Emere ịzụrụ ihe a n'otu akụkụ iji nyere Google aka inweta nnukwu patenti pọtụfoliyo nke Motorola na ekwentị mkpanaaka na teknụzụ ikuku, iji nyere aka chebe Gogulu na esemokwu patenti ya na ụlọ ọrụ ndị ọzọ na-aga n'ihu, [59] tumadi Apple na Microsoft, [60] na ikwe ka ọ nweta ya. na-aga n'ihu na-enye gam akporo. [61]

2012 gawa n'ihu[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Na June 2013, Gogulu nwetara Waze, nkwekọrịta $ 966 nde. [62] Ọ bụ ezie na Waze ga-anọgide na-enwere onwe ya, njirimara mmekọrịta ya, dị ka ikpo okwu ebe a na-enweta ya, bụ ọnụ ahịa bara uru n'etiti Waze na Google Maps, ọrụ nkewa nke Gogulu. [63]

Gogulu kwuputara mwepụta nke ụlọ ọrụ ọhụrụ, nke a na-akpọ Calico, na Septemba 19, 2013, onye isi oche Apple Inc. Arthur Levinson ga-edu. Na nkwupụta ọha na eze, Page kọwara na ụlọ ọrụ "ahụike na ọdịmma" ga-elekwasị anya na "ihe ịma aka nke ịka nká na ọrịa ndị metụtara ya". [64]

Na Jenụwarị 26, 2014, Gogulu kwuputara na ya ekwenyela inweta DeepMind Teknụzụ, ụlọ ọrụ ọgụgụ isi na-ejide onwe ya na London . [65] Webụsaịtị akụkọ teknụzụ Recode kọrọ na a zụtara ụlọ ọrụ ahụ nde $400, mana ekpughere isi mmalite nke ozi ahụ. Onye nkwuchite ọnụ Gogulu jụrụ ikwu maka ọnụahịa ahụ. [66] [67] Ịzụta ihe enyemaka DeepMind na uto Gogulu na-adịbeghị anya na ọgụgụ isi na obodo robotics. [68]

Dị ka akwụkwọ akụkọ Interbrand's Best Global Brands si kwuo, Gogulu abụrụla akara nke abụọ kasị baa uru n'ụwa (n'azụ Apple Inc. ) na 2013, [69] 2014, [70] 2015, [71] na 2016, na ọnụ ahịa nke $133. ijeri. [72]

Na August 10, 2015, Gogulu kwupụtara atụmatụ ịhazigharị mmasị ya dị iche iche dị ka conglomerate aha ya bụ Alphabet Inc. Gogulu ghọrọ onye enyemaka Alphabet kacha na ụlọ ọrụ nche anwụ maka ọdịmma ịntanetị Alphabet. Mgbe emechara nhazigharị ahụ, Sundar Pichai ghọrọ CEO nke Gogulu, dochie Larry Page, onye ghọrọ CEO nke Alphabet. [73] [74] [75]

Na Ogost 8, 2017, Gogulu chụrụ onye ọrụ James Damore mgbe ọ kesasịrị akwụkwọ ozi n'ime ụlọ ọrụ ahụ niile na-arụrịta ụka na-ezighị ezi na " Google's Ideological Echo Chamber " gbachiri echiche ha banyere ọdịiche dị iche iche na nsonye, nakwa na ọ bụkwa ihe ndị dị ndụ, ọ bụghị ịkpa ókè naanị, na. na-eme ka nkezi nwanyị ghara inwe mmasị karịa ndị nwoke na ọnọdụ teknụzụ. [76] Onye isi ala Gogulu Sundar Pichai boro Damore ebubo imebi iwu ụlọ ọrụ site na "ịkwalite echiche nwoke na nwanyị na-emerụ ahụ n'ebe ọrụ anyị", a chụrụ ya n'ọrụ n'otu ụbọchị ahụ. [77] [78] [79]

N'etiti 2018 na 2019, esemokwu dị n'etiti ndị isi ụlọ ọrụ na ndị ọrụ ya na-arịwanye elu ka ndị ọrụ na-eme mkpesa na mkpebi ụlọ ọrụ na mmekpa ahụ n'ime ime mmekọahụ, Dragonfly, onye nyocha China na-enyocha, na Project Maven, onye “military drone artificial intelligence” isi, bụ nke a na-ahụ anya dị ka akụkụ nke ego ha nwetara. uto maka ụlọ ọrụ. [80] [81] Na Ọktoba 25, 2018, akwụkwọ akụkọ New York Times bipụtara ikpughe, "Otu Gogulu si chebe Andy Rubin, 'Nna nke Android'". Ụlọ ọrụ ahụ mechara kwupụta na "a chụrụ ndị ọrụ 48 n'ọrụ n'ime afọ abụọ gara aga" maka mmekọahụ rụrụ arụ. [82] Na Nọvemba 1, 2018, ihe karịrị ndị ọrụ Gogulu 20,000 na ndị ọrụ nkwekọrịta mere ngagharịiwe zuru ụwa ọnụ iji mee mkpesa maka njikwa ụlọ ọrụ na-eme mkpesa iyi egwu mmekọahụ. [83] [84] Onye isi ala Sundar Pichai kwuru na ọ na-akwado ngagharị iwe a. [85] Mgbe e mesịrị na 2019, ụfọdụ ndị ọrụ boro ụlọ ọrụ ahụ ebubo imegwara ndị na-eme ihe n'ime. [94]

Na Machị 19, 2019, Gogulu kwupụtara na ọ ga-abanye n'ahịa egwuregwu vidiyo, na-ebupụta ikpo okwu egwuregwu igwe ojii akpọrọ Google Stadia . [86]

Na June 3, 2019, Ngalaba Ikpe Ziri Ezi nke United States kọrọ na ọ ga-enyocha Gogulu maka mmebi iwu mgbochi. [87] Nke a butere itinye akwụkwọ n'ụlọ ikpe na-emegide ntụkwasị obi na Ọktoba 2020, n'ihi na ụlọ ọrụ ahụ ejirila ọnọdụ naanị ya mee ihe n'ahịa mgbasa ozi na ọchụchọ . [88]

Na Disemba 2019, onye bụbu onye isi ọrụ PayPal Bill Ready ghọrọ onye isi azụmaahịa ọhụrụ nke Gogulu. Ọrụ njikere agaghị etinye aka na Google Pay . [89]

Na onwa Eprelu 2020, n'ihi ọrịa COVID-19, Gogulu kwuputara ọtụtụ usoro mbelata ọnụ ahịa. Usoro ndị dị otú ahụ gụnyere ibelata ndị ọrụ n'ọrụ maka ihe fọdụrụ na 2020, ewezuga ọnụ ọgụgụ dị nta nke mpaghara atụmatụ, na-emegharị elekwasị anya na usoro ntinye ego na mpaghara dị ka ebe data na igwe, na ahịa na njem na-abụghị azụmahịa dị mkpa. [90]

Mwepụ ọrụ Gogulu 2020 kwụsịrị ọrụ Gogulu otu n'August nke metụtara Gogulu draivu n'etiti ndị ọzọ, ọzọ na Nọvemba na-emetụta YouTube, na nke atọ na Disemba na-emetụta ngwa Gogulu dum. Emechara nkwụsị atọ ahụ n'ime awa ole na ole. [91] [92] [93]

Na Jenụwarị 2021, Gọọmenti Australia tụpụtara iwu ga-achọ ka Gogulu na Fesibuuk kwụọ ụlọ ọrụ mgbasa ozi ụgwọ maka ikike iji ọdịnaya ha. Na nzaghachi, Gogulu yiri egwu imechi ohere nchọta ya na mba Australia. [94]

Na Maachị 2021, Gogulu kwuru na ọ kwụrụ $20 nde maka ọdụ ụgbọ mmiri Ubisoft na Google Stadia . [95] Gogulu mefuru "iriri nde dollar" iji nweta ndị mgbasa ozi dịka Ubisoft na Take-Two ka ha weta ụfọdụ nnukwu egwuregwu ha na Stadia. [96]

Na onwa Eprel 2021, akwụkwọ akụkọ Wall Street Journal kọrọ na Gogulu mere mmemme ogologo afọ a na-akpọ 'Project Bernanke' nke jiri data sitere na mgbasa ozi mgbasa ozi gara aga iji nweta uru karịa ịsọ mpi maka ọrụ mgbasa ozi. Ekpughere nke a n'akwụkwọ gbasara akwụkwọ nkwụghachi ụgwọ nke steeti US iri gbara megide Gogulu na Disemba. [97]

Na Septemba 2021, gọọmentị Australia kwupụtara atụmatụ igbochi ikike Gogulu ịre mgbasa ozi ezubere iche, na-ekwu na ụlọ ọrụ ahụ nwere ikike n'ahịa na-emerụ ndị mbipụta, ndị mgbasa ozi na ndị ahịa. [98]

Ngwaahịa na ọrụ[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Gogulu na- edepụta ọtụtụ ijeri ibe weebụ iji nye ndị ọrụ ohere ịchọ ozi ha chọrọ site na iji mkpụrụokwu na ndị na -arụ ọrụ . [99] Dabere na nyocha ahịa comScore sitere na Nọvemba 2009, Google Search bụ igwe nchọta kachasị na ahịa United States, yana oke ahịa nke 65.6%. [100] Na Mee 2017, Gogulu mere ka taabụ "onwe" ọhụrụ na Google Search, na-ahapụ ndị ọrụ ịchọ ọdịnaya na ọrụ dị iche iche nke akaụntụ Gogulu ha, gụnyere ozi email sitere na Gmail na foto sitere na Google Photos . [101] [102]

Gogulu malitere ọrụ Google News ya na 2002, ọrụ akpaaka nke na-achịkọta akụkọ akụkọ sitere na webụsaịtị dị iche iche. [103] Gogulu na-akwado akwụkwọ Gogulu, ọrụ nke na-enyocha ederede dị n'akwụkwọ dị na nchekwa data ya ma na-egosi nleba anya nwere oke ma ọ bụ na akwụkwọ zuru ezu ebe a na-anabata ya. [104]

Mgbasa ozi[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Gogulu na-enweta ọtụtụ ego ya na mgbasa ozi. Nke a gụnyere ire ngwa, ịzụrụ ihe n'ime ngwa, ngwaahịa ọdịnaya dijitalụ na Gogulu na YouTube, gam akporo na ikikere yana ụgwọ ọrụ, gụnyere ụgwọ anatara maka onyinye Google Cloud. Pasent iri anọ na isii nke uru a sitere na clicks (ọnụahịa kwa clicks), ruru US $ 109,652 nde na 2017. Nke a gụnyere ụzọ atọ bụ isi, ya bụ AdMob, AdSense (dị ka AdSense maka Ọdịnaya, AdSense maka Ọchụchọ, wdg) na DoubleClick AdExchange. [105]

Na mgbakwunye na algọridim nke ya maka ịghọta arịrịọ ọchụchọ, Gogulu na-eji teknụzụ nweta DoubleClick, iji mepụta mmasị onye ọrụ na mgbasa ozi lekwasịrị anya na ọnọdụ ọchụchọ yana akụkọ onye ọrụ. [106] [107]

N'afọ 2007, Gogulu malitere " AdSense for Mobile ", na-eji uru ahịa mgbasa ozi ekwentị na-apụta. [108]

Nchịkọta Gogulu na-enye ndị nwe weebụsaịtị ohere soro ebe na otu ndị mmadụ si eji webụsaịtị ha, dịka ọmụmaatụ site na nyochaa ọnụego pịa maka njikọ niile dị na ibe. [109] Enwere ike itinye mgbasa ozi Gogulu na webụsaịtị ndị ọzọ na mmemme akụkụ abụọ. Mgbasa ozi Gogulu na-enye ndị mgbasa ozi ohere igosipụta mgbasa ozi ha na netwọk ọdịnaya Gogulu, site na atụmatụ ọnụ-otu-pịa. [110] Ọrụ nwanne nwanyị, GoguluAdSense, na-enye ndị nwe webụsaịtị ohere igosipụta mgbasa ozi ndị a na webụsaịtị ha wee nweta ego mgbe ọ bụla pịnyere mgbasa ozi. [111] Otu n'ime nkatọ nke mmemme a bụ ohere nke ịpị wayo, nke na-eme mgbe mmadụ ma ọ bụ edemede na-akpaghị aka na-agbanye na mgbasa ozi na-enweghị mmasị na ngwaahịa ahụ, na-eme ka onye mgbasa ozi kwụọ Gogulu ego na-ekwesịghị ekwesị. Akụkọ ụlọ ọrụ na 2006 kwuru na ihe dịka 14 ruo 20 Pasent nke ọpịpị bụ aghụghọ ma ọ bụ ezighi ezi. [112] Nchọgharị Ọchụchọ Gogulu (nke ewegharịrị site na Gogulu Webmaster Tools na Mee 2015) na-enye ndị na-ahụ maka webusaiti aka ịlele saịtị saịtị, ọnụego crawl, yana maka ihe nchekwa nke webụsaịtị ha, yana kwalite visibiliti webụsaịtị ha.

Ọrụ ndị ahịa[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Gogulu na-enye Gmail maka email, [113] Gogulu kalinda maka nhazi oge na nhazi oge, [114] Gogulu Maps maka eserese, igodo na ihe onyonyo satịlaịtị, [115] Gogulu Draivu maka nchekwa igwe ojii nke faịlụ, [116] Gogulu Docs, Ibé akwụkwọ na Ihe mmịfe maka nrụpụta, [116] Foto Gogulumaka nchekwa foto na nkekọrịta, [117] Gogulu Nọgidenụ maka ndetu, [118] Gogulu Transleti maka ntụgharị asụsụ, YouTube maka ikiri vidiyo na ikesa, [119] Gogulu My Business maka ijikwa ozi azụmahịa ọha, [120] na Duo maka mmekọrịta mmadụ na ibe ya. Na Machị 2019, Gogulu weputara ọrụ egwuregwu igwe ojii akpọrọ Stadia . [86] Ngwaahịa ọchụchọ ọrụ dịkwa adị kemgbe tupu 2017, [121] [122] [123] Gogulu maka Ọrụ bụ njirimara ọchụchọ emelitere nke na-achịkọta ndepụta sitere na bọọdụ ọrụ na saịtị ọrụ. [124]

Ụfọdụ ọrụ Gogulu adabereghị na webụ. Google Earth, nke ewepụtara na 2005, kwere ka ndị ọrụ hụ foto satịlaịtị dị elu sitere na ụwa niile n'efu site na ngwanrọ ndị ahịa ebudatara na kọmputa ha. [125]

Ngwa ngwa[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Gogulu na-emepụta sistemụ mkpanaka mkpanaka gam akporo, [126] yana smartwatch ya, [127] telivishọn, ụgbọ ala [128], [129] na ịntanetị nke ihe -enyere ụdị ngwaọrụ dị iche iche aka. [130]

Ọ na-etolitekwa ihe nchọgharị weebụ Gogulu kromu, [131] na Kromu OS, sistemụ arụmọrụ dabere na Kromu. [132]

Akụrụngwa[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Na onwa Jenụwarị 2010, Gogulu wepụtara Nexus One, ekwentị gam akporo mbụ n'okpuru akara nke ya. [133] Ọ zụlitere ọtụtụ ekwentị na mbadamba n'okpuru akara " Nexus " [134] ruo mgbe ọ kwụsịrị na 2016, jiri akara ọhụrụ akpọrọ Pixel dochie ya. [135]

Na 2011, ewebata Akwukwo kromu nke na-agba na Kromu OS . [136]

Na Julaị 2013, Gogulu webatara Kromukastidongle, nke na-enye ndị ọrụ ohere ịkwanye ọdịnaya site na ekwentị ha na igwe onyonyo. [137] [138]

Na June 2014, Gogulu kwuputara Gogulu kaadiboodu , ihe nlele kaadiboodu dị mfe nke na-eme ka onye ọrụ tinye ekwenti ha na oghere ihu opụrụ iche iji lelee mgbasa ozi eziokwu (VR). [139] [140]

  • Akwu, usoro nke onye enyemaka olu smart ọkà okwu nwere ike ịza ajụjụ olu, kpọọ egwu, chọta ozi sitere na ngwa (kalenda, ihu igwe wdg), yana jikwaa ngwa ụlọ smart nke ndị ọzọ (ndị ọrụ nwere ike ịgwa ya ka ọ gbanye ọkụ, maka ihe atụ). The Gogulu Nest ahịrị na-agụnye mbụ Gogulu Home [141] (mgbe e mesịrị na-aga nke ọma site Nest Audio ), na Gogulu Home Mini (mgbe e mesịrị na-aga nke ọma site Nest Mini, na Gogulu Home Max, Gogulu Home Hub (emesịa rebranded dị ka Nest Hub), na akwu Hub Max .
  • Nest Wifi (nke bụbu Gogulu Wifi), ihe ndị na-anya Wi-Fi ejikọrọ iji mee ka ọ dị mfe na ịgbatị mkpuchi Wi-Fi ụlọ. [142]

Ọrụ ụlọ ọrụ[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Google Workspace (nke bụbu G Suite ruo Ọktoba 2020 [143] ) bụ onyinye ịdenye aha kwa ọnwa maka ndị otu na azụmaahịa iji nweta mkpokọta ọrụ Google, gụnyere Gmail, Google Drive na Google Docs, Google Sheets na Google Slides, yana njikwa nhazi ndị ọzọ. ngwaọrụ, aha ngalaba pụrụ iche, yana nkwado 24/7. [144]

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