Sizzling general search topics in the United States to a large degree reflected global trends at Google this year, but the Top 10 list here included "election results" from keenly watched midterm elections.
Google has revealed the top searches of the year. However, having been modelled on the English Buggery Act of 1553, the provision has been understood to penalise sodomy and any form of sexual activity which would not ordinarily result in procreation.
Among the top searched names were Swedish DJ Avicii, . rapper Mac Miller, . the creator of Marvel Comics, Stan Lee, celebrity chef Anthony Bordain, and theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, to name a few.
On the music front, Neha Kakkar's Dilbar Dilbar, Arijit Singh's Tera Fitoor dominated other tracks being searched on Google, whereas the lone non-regional track was Latin hit Despacito continued to feature in the top list this year.
How to get pregnant - and other things SA asked Google in 2018
In the United Kingdom, the most popular overall search was, perhaps quite unsurprisingly, the World Cup, the 21st round of which took place this summer.
The ceremony that brought her into said Royal Family, the Royal Wedding, takes third place. And Google just gave us a touching recap.
One more! Guess who the most searched personality of 2018 in India was? The company also mentioned that "How to.' and "What is.' are among the most interesting searches".
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