Chatroulette, Formspring and iPad rising searches of 2010

Google Zeitgeist 2010 reveals what UK searched for

Are we even surprised that Bieber is in the list?

Google released its Zeitgeist list for 2010 to show what UK has been searching for. These comprise the most searched for and the fastest rising terms in the UK in 2010.

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The fastest rising searches give some kind of indication of the popularity technology and social media has had in the UK this year. Video chatting website Chatroulette is what most people in Blighty have been interested in, followed by Formspring, the website which allows you to ask your friends questions.

The iPad comes in at number three, with Justin Bieber (Whom we shall remind you has his own servers at Twitter) at fourth place. The remaining top ten searches are rounded off with World Cup 2010, FB, Santander, Hotmail sign in, Youtube and Metcheck.

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Via: Google Zeitgeist