With everything going on this year, whether political or paparazzi-realted, search engines were blowing up with this year’s trends.
Google, the most popular search engine, tallied all the searches that Angelenos made in 2014 and came out with some Top 10 lists.
LAist curated the lists below.
Sam Smith has a special someone in his life! This is particularly exciting news because Sam sings about unrequited love. He did want to make it clear that this relationship is very new and in […]
Here’s some good news to get you through your Monday. One of Google’s hard-working employees is getting an entire paid week off thanks to his daughter. Katie sent the company a crayon-written note requesting some vacation […]
What did you search for in 2013? Google has dropped its annual list of the most popular searches of the year. It seems we have an interest in death as we just lost Nelson Mandela […]
As millions of Los Angelenos hit the road to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families, they’re bound to hit some traffic along the way. Southern California is notorious for its congested roadways, but one app aims […]
Google Maps is a pretty crucial thing to have on your phone when you’re lost or looking for the nearest In-N-Out at 3am. On the other side of Google Maps, you get a pretty fun […]
In case you haven’t been bombarded with all sorts of ridiculous Facebook statuses, this is your friendly reminder that today is April Fools’ Day! Carson and Producer Angie aren’t the biggest fans of this holiday, […]
“OK Glass, record a video…Wait, not now. I’m in the shower. Glass stop recording…wait, don’t share this. I said stop. What are you doing?!” Google is back with its second teaser video for its latest […]
Google released its annual list of 2012’s top searches, which features different categories like general searches, image searches, events, gadgets, sports, people, and so on. You may think because PSY’s “Gangnam Style” became the most-watched […]
No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani On Releasing Push And Shove: “Unread Right For Process Alaska” (Google Transcription Fail)
Google’s automated transcription turns No Doubt’s otherwise serious behind-the-scenes webisode into a laugh-out-loud comedy.