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Keep up with the latest trends using Google Search

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Today, we're launching a new web search feature that will help you stay in touch with the latest trends on the web.You might already be familiar with Hot Trends, which lists the fastest rising searches on the web at any given hour. Now, when you search and your query matches one of the top 100 fastest-rising search terms, we'll show you a graph at the bottom of page, with more information — like how popular the query is, how fast it's rising over time, and other useful data.

Below is a picture of what you'd find today if you searched for [reina capodici], who just wed American Idol star Justin Guarini. Or try another example: [gotthard base tunnel], which is set to become the longest tunnel in the world. (But make sure you search for these examples today — nothing stays hot for long.)

To coincide with this change, we've also reduced the number of trends listed on the Google Hot Trends homepage to 40 from 100. This feature, however, will show up for any query that matches the top 100. We hope this change will make for a simpler user experience, and help you focus better on the top, most interesting content.

This new feature is available in the U.S. and Japan. We hope it will help you keep up with everything there's to know about the latest trends online. No more being out of the loop at your office watercooler!

Aaron Wise, Associate Product Manager and Hiroshi Kuraoka, Product Manager

published @ September 29, 2009

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