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Thread: iPhone 5s Takes Third Place in Top-trending Google Searches of 2013

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    Default iPhone 5s Takes Third Place in Top-trending Google Searches of 2013


    On Tuesday, Google released its annual year-end Zeitgeist, which shows us the most popular trending searches of the year. For the year of 2013, the most popular trending searches among users included the following in the following order:


    1. Nelson Mandela
    2. Paul Walker
    3. iPhone 5s
    4. Cory Monteith
    5. Harlem Shake
    6. Boston Marathon
    7. Royal Baby
    8. Samsung Galaxy s4
    9. PlayStation 4
    10. North Korea


    While some of the most popular searches involved people, places, and some fads, some notable technology were also popular searches among users. Apple's iPhone 5s made third place in the top-trending searches. Samsung's Galaxy S4 handset made eighth place, and Sony's PlayStation 4 made ninth place.

    Google also notes that the Harlem Shake, which made fifth place on the top-trending Google searches, was the second-highest trending search on YouTube, and that 1.7 million different video versions of the Harlem Shake were uploaded to YouTube in 2013.

    You can watch Google's short video for the 2013 Zeitgeist below:



    For a mobile-friendly video link that works with our app, tap on the video link below:

    YouTube Video

    Sources: Google

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    ..thats only cause the top 2 died suddenly. If not, iPhone would reign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigboyz View Post
    ..thats only cause the top 2 died suddenly. If not, iPhone would reign.
    word.

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    :: yawn ::

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    I'm just glad Nelson Mandela has more searches than Paul Walker—though, unfortunately, I'm sure that's not the case in the U.S. alone.

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