Google Business Empire (Uber, Airbnb) | Alphabet | How big is Google?


Google was started by two Ph.D. students in
1998. Their first office was this garage in California
with just 1 employee. Twenty years later, this garage based start-up
is now one of the biggest companies in the world. The parent company is now called Alphabet
Inc. Let’s tighten our seat belts and see what
all they own. We will start with the obvious, Google.com,
it process over 1.2 trillion searches per year
YouTube, the video hosting site is the second most visited site in the world
Publishing platforms like AdSense, AdWords, DoubleClick constitute 86% of company’s revenue
Android, Google’s mobile operating system with 2 billion monthly active users
Google Play Store, which now has over 3.3 million apps
Firebase, the mobile application platform, used by 1.5 million apps
Nest Labs, the smart home products company with more than one thousand employees
Calico, a biotech company that is working on developing drugs that could increase human
life span Verily, a life sciences company that is trying
to eradicate mosquito-borne diseases and has also has released Liftware, a spoon for people
suffering from hand tremors It also owns Chronicle, a cyber-security company
Waymo, the self-driving taxi service, which has been recently launched in Phoenix, Arizona
Sidewalk Labs, a urban development company that is building a 800 acres smart city project
in Toronto, Canada DeepMind, the UK based AI company which has
developed AlphaZero, an AI that can teach itself how to play games and play against
humans Google Fiber, provides broadband Internet
and IPTV in US with around half a million customers
They also own the secretive research and development company Google X. Their projects include,
Optical communication project currently tested in India, which uses light beams to to connect
rural India to the internet Makani Project that produces wind energy using
kites Loon project aims to bring internet to two-thirds
of the world’s population using internet-beaming hot air balloons
Google Brain, a deep learning research project that wants to make machines intelligent
Wing Project, aims to deliver products across a city by using flying vehicles
Soli Project, is developing a new gesture-recognition technology
While, Spotlight Stories, creates short Virtual Reality films
Now let’s quickly scroll through their massive products line up:
They own Gmail, Google Earth, Blogger, Smart speakers brand Google Home, Google Pixel mobile
phones, Google Daydream, digital media player Chromecast, Google Watch, Google Allo and
Google duo messaging and video calling apps like Whatsapp, social networking site Google+,
Google Drive, Google classroom, Google Maps & Waze, the GPS navigation services that is
daily used by over billion people Well this is not the end, their other smaller
investments include: Redwood Robotics, a company that builds Robotic
Arms Kaggle, an online community of data scientists
and machine learners Owlchemy Labs, a video game development company
Tenor.com, an online GIF search engine Moodstocks, the image recognition startup
that helps your phone camera identify object Famebit, the influencer marketing platform
And recently purchased Indian railway train tracking App, Where is my Train
To end it all the company also owns Venture capital funds worth over $2.5 Billion and
holds investment in companies like Uber, Airbnb and Glassdoor
We have reached the final step, Properties The company holds a massive property portfolio
estimated around $15 Billion They have 70+ Offices in over 50 countries
And own properties like 2 million square feet Google corporate headquarters in Mountain
View, California and another $1 billion property nearby
They also own 2.9 million square feet 111 Eighth Avenue and the 1.2 million square feet
Chelsea Market in New York City With such a massive portfolio of companies,
projects and properties, the company has certainly transformed itself from a garage based start-up
into a massive business empire.

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32 thoughts on “Google Business Empire (Uber, Airbnb) | Alphabet | How big is Google?

  1. Great video but you may also include google cloud and i think i read somewhere that on average google acquire 1 company per week so it's not possible to cover them all

  2. Please upload again the video of lifestyle of elon musk , jack ma , Dubai Prince . Please it's humble request to you.

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