June 18: a football-size dinosaur egg tops Google's tech and science Search trends - Yahoo News

June 18: a football-size dinosaur egg tops Google's tech and science Search trends - Yahoo News


June 18: a football-size dinosaur egg tops Google's tech and science Search trends - Yahoo News

Posted: 18 Jun 2020 03:20 AM PDT

Researchers determine that the fossil found in Antarctica in 2011 is actually a dinosaur egg.

On a regular basis, Google compiles a list of which science and technology and science topics are being queried the most by US users in its dedicated Search engine. Over the past 24 hours, a dinosaur egg fossil dominated the trends which otherwise concern the video game industry.

Over the past 24 hours, a dinosaur egg fossil found in Antarctica gained most attention in Google Search's trending science and technology topics. 

Antarctica • Egg Fossil Mosasaurs Reptiles

In a study published online Wednesday in Nature, researchers stated that the first dinosaur eggs were soft, similar to the eggs of today's reptiles like lizards or snakes. A second study published Wednesday outlined how researchers at The University of Texas at Austin identified a mysterious fossil found in Antarctica back in 2011 called "The Thing" as a football-sized, soft-shelled dinosaur egg from approximately 66 million years ago.

Sea of Thieves • Rare • Ghost ship • Xbox One

Yesterday, it was announced that Rare's "Sea of Thieves," an action-adventure game for PC and Xbox, is getting a "Haunted Shores" content update that will bring new ghost ships, live events, emotes to users for free.

The Last of Us Part II • Naughty Dog • Ellie • PlayStation 4

Earlier this week, a few days before Naughty Dog's "The Last of Us II" is officially released, leaks were published online that reveal the events that occurred surrounding the death of Joel, one of the protagonists in the game. The game will be available for purchase June 19.

Hand washing • Oregon • Mask • Orthocoronavirinae

Multnomah County, the region in Oregon consisting of Portland, will begin reopening June 19, as instructed by governor Kate Brown. This order will allow restaurants to seat customers indoors until 10pm -- as long as the establishment practices a handful of social distancing guidelines. Complementing this decision, the residents of seven Oregon counties will be required to wear masks when inside public spaces.

Orthocoronavirinae is the sub-family of coronaviruses to which COVID-19 belongs.

Pokémon GO • Niantic • Pokémon • Small business

The Pokémon Company announced yesterday that "Mega Evolution" will soon be coming to "Pokemon Go," the AR-powered mobile game. This addition will allow the Pokemon who support this feature to temporarily evolve while in battle.

Lockdown 4.0 tops Google’s search trends as people look for containment zones and ways to survive the coronavi - Business Insider India

Posted: 10 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDT

  • The term 'Lockdown 4.0' was the most searched item on Google in India during May.
  • The monthly search requests for the term 'coronavirus' reduced by 50% during May.
  • Users are searching for questions like how to make a mask and how to cut your own hair.
When the Indian government announced Lockdown 4.0 to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, Indians hopped online to get more details, pushing it to the top of Google search trends for May 2020 in the country.

The Indian government had announced the first nationwide lockdown on March 24 to control the spread of the coronavirus. Lockdown 4.0 was announced on May 17 and fresh guidelines were issued for different areas. Google has revealed that search for the term 'Lockdown 4.0' spiked by 3,150% in May.

The second most searched term was 'Eid Mubarak', which increased by 2,650% during the same month. This was probably because people were searching for Eid greetings and images to share with their friends and family.

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Users were also on the hunt for different zones during the Coronavirus lockdown. Interest for the query 'coronavirus lockdown zones Delhi' increased by over 1,800% in May.

Queries for 'coronavirus' reduced by 50%

As other queries took precedence, the monthly search requests for the term 'coronavirus' reduced by 50% in May, according to Google. The term which was the third most searched item during April plummeted to the 12th position in May.

The absence of live cricket was visible as people searched for the coronavirus five times more than cricket. Normally, cricket is usually one of the most searched topics in India. This time around it has witnessed a decline as all matches have been postponed or cancelled due to the pandemic.

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The top trending term related to the coronavirus was 'vaccine' which reached a record high during the month with an increase of 190%.

People turn to Google to survive the pandemic

As the Coronavirus pandemic is spreading, people have turned to Google to ask how to survive the pandemic. Some of the questions searched by users include – 'What are the symptoms of Coronavirus' and 'Is headache a symptom of Coronavirus'.

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Users have also turned to Google to ask 'how-to' questions like – 'How to make a mask', 'How to make hand sanitizer' and 'How to cut your own hair'.

Even though 'coronavirus' is no longer the top trending term on Google, the drop only seems to be result of queries getting more specific about how the pandemic is affecting daily lives.

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Lockdown 4.0 leads search trends in May: Google - The Hindu

Posted: 08 Jun 2020 02:48 AM PDT

As per Google's search trends for May, the most searched term, overall, for the month was "Lockdown 4.0", which spiked +3,150%.

The second top trending term during the month was "Eid Mubarak", that spiked +2,650%.

Relating to coronavirus, search interest for "coronavirus lockdown zones Delhi" spiked +1,800% over the month, while"Italy coronavirus vaccine" spiked +750%, said Google.

Interestingly, coronavirus dropped to 12th most searched topic, overall, during May, behind topics like meaning, news and weather — all consistently highly searched topics in India.

Search interest for coronavirus was half the monthly volume for April, but still five times more searched than cricket.

The top trending related topic for coronavirus is "vaccine", which increased by +190% in May. Vaccine-related searches reached a new record high during the month — the daily peak was on May 6.

Also, as per Google report, the State with the highest search interest for coronavirus over May was Goa, followed by Meghalaya and Chandigarh.

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