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55 facts you probably didn't know about Google

You're familiar with Google, right? The omniscient, omnipotent search engine that usually has to deal with our pedantry requests for 'What are the symptoms of a brain aneurysm?' (turns out it was just a bad hangover).  

While we've previously supplied an extensive guide to a whole heap of functions you probably didn't know Google had, the minds of Bargain Fox have presented us with 55 facts about the company itself. 

From the number of searches it has to deal with on a daily basis to the rushed design of the G-Mail logo, the following list is more educational than the average Google query. 

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