The most ambitious project ever conceived on the Internet: Google's master plan to scan every book in the world and the people trying to stop them. Google says they are building a library for mankind, but some say they also have other intentions.
Jim Killeen googled his own name and made a documentary about the men with whom he shares it.
A behind the scenes look at Google today. From Google's offices in China and Russia to the Googleplex (its Silicon Valley headquarters), uncover why this company's corporate philosophy and attitude is so unique among major companies today.
Google: Behind the Screen is a documentary film about Google, Inc. from 2006, directed by IJsbrand van Veelen.
Sabir Ali Tmana (Mohamed Ragab) a technology geek, who everyone calls him (Saber Google), his proficiency in a world of suspicious and illegal, which leads him to escape to a European country after one of those conflicts, but the risk continues.
CNBC takes an inside look at Google one of the most powerful and successful technology companies in the world. It looks at the history of the company, discusses some of the privacy issues raised by its search engine, and examines the company's foray into the mobile phone market. It also looks at how Google uses ad-words to create enormous profits.
Although it's a familiar name in China, the search engine Baidu is little known elsewhere -- despite being the fifth most-visited website on Earth. Robin Li, the company's founder, details Baidu's complex corporate history in this documentary.
Dave Gorman tells the story of his attempt to find 10 'Googlewhacks' (websites containing two unique words when searched on Google) and meet their owners before his 32nd birthday, in order to win a bet.
Due to his video and interview based investigations of a top-secret, marginalized class of book-scanning workers on the campus of Google headquarters, Andrew Norman Wilson was fired from his job there as a video editor. Workers Leaving the Googleplex is the result of these investigations.
A short film made by Academy Award-winning studio, Aardman Animations (creators of Wallace and Gromit and Shaun the Sheep). Find yourself following the adventures of a humble caretaker, who is disturbed by a mysterious stranger on the roof. Who’s there? And the chase begins… room to room… up and down… somehow, mysteriously, just out of sight. But the elusive stranger is always one step ahead, leaving behind only a trail of gifts…
A journey across three continents telling the story of the up and coming baby production industry in the age of globalization.
The Google Mission in San Francisco
Google Current is a brief, once every half hour, television program on the channel Current TV. Selected episodes are also available on the Internet. The series tracks not necessarily what the news is, but what people are searching for on Google. Each episode has a one or two word title, based on one of the websites or search terms highlighted. The top-of-the-hour segments use live hosts, while the middle-of-the-hour segments are presented with text, graphics and music. The hosted segments focus on searches that have recently seen increased popularity. Meanwhile, the segments at half past the hour look at the top five searches featuring a certain word; for example, the top five "twins" searches included the Olsen twins and the Minnesota Twins. The show was hosted by Conor Knighton and Kinga Philipps and featured Brett Erlich, Dave Hill, Eric Ledgin, and Stephen Schneider. Guest hosts included Johnny Bell, Nzinga Blake, and Kendis Gibson. On the UK version of Current TV the main host is Graeme Smith. As of July 10 2007 the hosted segments of Google Current in the US no longer air. The same staff now produces InfoMania on Current TV. The UK continued to run its own version which was filmed daily in London until the end of 2008.