Google has released a list of the top terms that people in the UK searched for in 2012 – and celebrities and sporting events were on Brits’ minds this year. Euro 2012 was the country’s most-searched term overall, followed by “Olympic tickets,” The Guardian reported. Whitney Houston, who died on Feb. 11, ranks third on the list, followed by Kate Middleton and April Jones, a five-year-old girl who disappeared in October. Other top search terms included Netflix, the iPad 3, and the Korean viral hit “Gangnam Style.” The latest James Bond movie “Skyfall” topped the list of most-searched-for movies. Tennis gold-medal winner Andy Murray was the year’s most-searched-for British Olympian, while Usain Bolt ranked as the non-British Olympian that UK Google users were most curious about. RELATED: YAHOO RELEASES TOP SEARCHES OF 2012 Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez’ split led in the category of most-searched celeb breakups, the Independent reported, with the Kristen Stewart-Robert Pattinson scandal coming in second, and Tom Cruise’s divorce from Katie Holmes ranking third. British Internet users also turned to Google for life advice in 2012, according to the Telegraph. “What is love?” ranked as the most-searched “What is?” question, followed… Read full this story
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