The one-hour documentary delivers a comprehensive look at Google’s crown jewel– its Internet search engine- the most visited web site in the world. In fact, despite formidable competition, nearly two-thirds of Internet searches worldwide are done on Google. Bartiromo speaks with Google Vice President Marissa Mayer, the keeper of the simple, uncluttered and clean “look” that has made Google a stunning economic success as well as a cultural phenomenon.
And, CNBC takes viewers inside the “Googleplex,” the company headquarters famous for its amazing perks and casual, fun atmosphere and a place where some of the brightest minds in the world actually want to work. It’s the setting for a corporate culture, created by founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, that’s inspired ideas that have transformed the way we interact with information, the Internet and each other.
CNBC speaks with Vic Gundotra, Google’s chief mobile evangelist and gets an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at a team racing to develop a new technology for mobile phones.
Do you know what Google store on you when you key in your personal information? Vic Gundotra digs deep and ask really serious questions about privacy and the items that Google store on their search engine; especially when you use all of the free services that Google have to offer. Interesting stuff!