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  1. Don't Be Evil Tool: Focus on the User Builds a 'More Relevant Google'

    The passive aggressive melodrama that has been Social Media Wars over the last several months has become open war, with Facebook, Twitter, MySpace as it was at the time: Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Mark Zuckerberg had gone on the Charlie Rose...

  2. Facebook Memology 2011: Megan Fox, Rihanna, lms

    Charlie Sheen Facebook’s Memology 2011 is a pretty good representation of the people, places, and events that most mattered to people over the course of the last year. While the top search lists from AOL, Bing, and Ask.com shed light on the topics...

  3. iPhone Tops Web and Mobile Searches on Yahoo in 2011

    Charlie Sheen Yahoo’s 10th annual top searches Year in Review is out, identifying the top trends and stories of the year based on the billions of searches performed by their users. This year, the iPhone was the top search of the year, a spot held...

  4. Ask's Top Question in 2011: Was Kim Kardashian's Wedding Fake?

    Charlie Sheen: What happened to Charlie Sheen's teeth? Each year here at Search Engine Watch, we wait with bated breath for the top searched lists to come out. Sometimes insightful and often hilarious, the lists give an overview of the topics and...

  5. AOL Hottest Searches of 2011: Charlie Sheen, Casey Anthony & Harry Potter

    From Charlie Sheen to memes to queries about financial troubles, the lists offer a look at which people and events captured the most attention over the course of the last year. Other celebs often searched in all three countries were Charlie Sheen...

  6. Google+ vs. Facebook: More Passive Aggression & Creepiness in Tech Soap Opera

    Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg took to the Charlie Rose show for their latest piggy-tail pull in the social media network playground war (though both sides deny there is a war – it's all a media conspiracy, you see).

  7. Hottest Halloween Costumes of 2011: Angry Birds, Black Swan, and Sexy Superheroes

    Yahoo also released a list of the most search controversial costumes: Charlie Sheen Casey Sexy Smurf” and the second most popular term. Now that the big day is upon us, let’s have a look at the top costumes and search trends for Halloween 2011.