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Google celebrates 15th birthday with Pinata and Hummingbird

Google celebrates 15th birthday with Pinata and Hummingbird

In the last post, Happy Birthday Google, I mentioned how you can see the look and feel of Google when it incorporated in 1998. Doodle celebrate Google's birthday with interactive Mexican Pinata.

As we know in the past Doodle has provided so many games on the home page like
1) Soccer.
2) Hurdles.
3) Basketball.

This time Doodle has come up with the beautiful and interactive Pinata. To play this game, user has to hit the star shaped Pinata with the stick to get as many virtual sweets to celebrate Google Birthday.

Get ready for the party. Play and gather as many sweets for yourself as you can. I scored 24 fist time and 112 is my highest score. I played for almost for hour and enjoyed it. Play it out and let us know how many sweets you have collected.

Brief history on Google Birthday. Google is one of the luckiest to celebrate it's birthday 3 times in the month of September.

First on 7th September - Date of Incorporation
Second on 15th September - Date of Domain Registration
Third on 27th September - Date when Google overtook Yahoo in terms of growth rate.
Next big news on Google's part is it came up with the biggest change in terms of search algorithm named as Hummingbird. Hummingbird is focused more on ranking information based on a more intelligent understanding of search requests, unlike its predecessor, Caffeine, which was targeted at better indexing of websites. Google claims that Hummingbird update will serve better search results with queries that have context attached to them.

In the last few years, google recieved requests for voice based search engine as opposed to text based search engine from their phones. So, Hummingbird introduction is primarily aimed at giving Google's search engine a better grasp at understanding concepts instead of mere words.

The conventional google search engine make you sit over the computer, type in the search queries and it used to give the set of links. As advanced features came in, google started reading the user mind using predictive search.

Hummingbird uses the Knowledge Graph that enables a link up between the searches. It creates a link between different searches made by an user. It remembers a previous search if the user is performing multiple searches at a time to enhance the user's experience. For example, if you search for "Sachin Tendulkar" and you follow your query with the "Number of centuries", then google will take the second query as "Number of centuries by Sachin Tendulkar".

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