As the internet fills with more and more information, both helpful and useless, we've learned to Google everything. I mean, everything. Some people Google "how to Google something". Not kidding. But one thing people search for a lot, is disease symptoms. Everything from diabetes, coughing, to asthma.
What's the disease people in Michigan search for info on the most?
All kinds of companies spend a lot of time and money to research what we're all doing online. What we buy, what we sell, what we search for...the amount of information on each of us is terrifying. Now, a report has come out to tell us about our secret, or guilty pleasure searches.
What do people in Michigan secretly search for? And how perverted is it?
It's been a busy couple of weeks for our country since President Obama left office and President Trump took over. There have been things that people like, people hate, people don't understand, and people have made fun of.
But what are people from Michigan and other states Googling to learn more about?
Yahoo has released its top searches for 2014, and Ebola tops the list.
This year’s top searches on Yahoo included a national obsession, an international health crisis and some favorite women stars.
Yes, there are other search engines other than Google.
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If you are thinking of searching for the latest photos or information on "Jersey Shore"-star J-Woww, you might want to think again.
According to Internet security firm Barracuda Labs, 15 percent of all searches for "Jenni+ J-Woww" lead to directly to malware...