This weekend, Google celebrated its 16th Birthday. September 27 search giant releases on the calendar since 2005, and before that celebration held on 7 September. Interestingly, neither the one nor the other day is the founding date of the company. The corporation was founded on 2 September 1998, and the Google domain was registered on September 15 last year. By the way, Google is a distortion of the word googol (googol), which represents 10 to the hundredth power (or one with a hundred zeros). Whatever it was, September is a landmark month for the company and Google said the event on his page on Google+, posting a cake with 17 candles (one for growth). At the top of the cake, we can see a wide variety of candies. Most likely, this is a reference to a commercial name Android L – the next generation of world’s most popular mobile operating system. Most often, the rumors say just about Lollipop (lollipop), but there were options and Lion (chocolate bar, continuing the traditions of KitKat) and Lime Pie (key lime pie).
The official release will take place next month. Get a glimpse of the new OS, you can from our review preview for developers.