Google’s Most Searched Tech Terms of 2012

Around the end of every year, it’s fun to see what all the trending searches are, around the world or within your own country. The Google Zeitgeist is a good place to get all that information. It’s a great way to see what happened over the year, not to mention a great way for Google to market and build their image even further.

First, watch this recap of Internet video’s and searches over 2012.

And take a look at some of these staggering searches:

  • Of 2012, 7 of 10 of the most popular stock searches included Facebook (1), Zynga (2), Yelp (3), Samsung (4), Kodak (6), Google (7), and Electronic Arts (8)
  • Tech Gadgets: iPad 3, iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy S3, Kindle Fire, Nexus 7
  • Phones: iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 2
  • Instagram was the 2nd most searched mobile / tablet app
  • Black Ops 2 was not the most searched video game, Diablo 3 was. Talk about old-school tradition. Halo 4 beat Black Ops by 2 ranks.
  • And just for the heck of it, Tim Tebow was the most searched NFL player.

Take a look at the full list here:

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