Scandal-scarred athletes, musicians and actors topped the list of Google's "most searched" people of 2019 - with National Football League bad boy Antonio Brown placing No. 1, according to the tech giant. Google even implemented its disaster widgets in order to quickly display active alerts, relevant news, and a live map of affected areas.More news: Joe Biden May Pledge To Serving One Term
The House of Mouse (and its Marvel/Pixar affiliates) also dominated the movies with four of the top five Googled films: Avengers: Endgame (No. 1), Captain Marvel (2), Toy Story 4 (4), and The Lion King (5).
Australians were the most unsure about "how to vote" in 2019, but were also curious as to "how to watch Game of Thrones".
"In fact, "hero" was searched three times more than "villain" globally", Google News Lab data editor Simon Rogers pointed out in a blog announcement.More news: S&P 500, Nasdaq set to open higher; Home Depot to pressure Dow
"Why is Madonna wearing an eye patch at Eurovision" was apparently more important to Australians than the reason for the Amazon burning, closely followed by the country asking itself why Australia Day is on the 26th. Folks also really wanted to know what is Area 51, a VSCO girl, a boomer, and quid pro quo.
Google has shared its annual Year in Search lists, revealing that "iPhone 11" was the fifth-most trending search term on a worldwide basis in 2019, behind India vs South Africa, Cameron Boyce, Copa America, and Bangladesh vs India.More news: Samsung Galaxy A51, A71 launched: Price, specifications