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Google Zeitgeist 2012

Google has released its lists of what people searched for most in 2012. This year, Whitney Houston dominated the charts.

By December 12, 2012


Google Zeitgeist 2012: Whitney, Gangnam, iPad 3 and more

The late singer ranks atop the most popular search topics for the year. Also high on the list were a music video phenomenon, a fall superstorm, and a much anticipated Apple tablet.

By December 12, 2012


CNN turns to Zite for its real-time zeitgeist

Using tech from the service it bought last year, CNN will give readers a list of the current ten most-talked about stories, along with a variety of outside content on each subject.

By October 18, 2012


Apple dominates Google's Zeitgeist 2011

Seven of the 10 fastest-rising technology-related searches from the United States in 2011 had to do with the Cupertino company.

By December 26, 2011


Chatroulette, iPad lead Google's Zeitgeist 2010

Google has revealed the top queries on its search service for the year. Chatroulette and iPad were among the "fastest rising" terms--and, yes, Justin Bieber made the list too.

By December 9, 2010


Sign of Apocalypse? Selfie: The Sitcom

ABC commissions the pilot of a sitcom called "Selfie." Because, well, zeitgeist. Or something.

By January 30, 2014


Apple is the zeitgeist company

The launch of the iPad yesterday put an exclamation mark on an increasingly obvious point: Apple is the company that has captured the cultural zeitgeist. It has moved beyond being a business to become a cultural force.

By January 28, 2010


Google's 2008 Zeitgeist lists of most popular searches

With 2008 coming to an end, the data miners at Google have compiled global lists of the most popular search terms and trends for the year.

By December 10, 2008


Nelson Mandela tops Google's 2013 searches

What other people, products, and events made it onto the search giant's year-end zeitgeist?

By December 17, 2013


Lexicon: Meet Facebook's answer to Google Zeitgeist

Members will be able to search for phrases on the site to see just how often they were talked about in public "wall" posts, according to the company. Cool or voyeuristic? Could be both.

By April 15, 2008