Trillions of search results were displayed in 2014, and that's just from Google. The search giant has today shared with the world what it believes to be the moments of 2014. As well as releasing a video to show the year in search, Google has rounded up some of the most popular search terms across numerous topics.
A website dedicated to the year is now available on the Google domain, enabling visitors to explorer the wide range of stories and highlights that intrigued the world at some point or another. Here's the list of the top search trends of 2014, if you're interested:
- Robin Williams
- World Cup
- Malaysia Airlines
- ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
- Flappy Bird
- Conchita Wurst
- Sochi Olympics
And trending consumer tech:
- iPhone 6
- Samsung Galaxy S5
- Nexus 6
- Moto G
- Samsung Note 4
- LG G3
- Xbox One
- Apple Watch
- Nokia X
- iPad Air
Interestingly, the iPhone 6 was the most popular trend of 2014 in the consumer tech category. Check out the official blog post for more details. What were your highlights of 2014?
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