Joan Rivers, IPhone6 and Super Eagles make top Search trends on Google this week (September 4 – September 11, 2014)
E’s Fashion Police will surely miss the big-mouthed funny Joan. The comedienne, actress, writer, producer, and television host passed away on the 4th of September. She died at the age of 81 after her heart stopped while undergoing a surgery. She was buried amidst glamour; one of her wishes while she was alive. As she may have wanted too, it made the top search trends for this week.
IPHONE 6, IPHONE 6 PLUS
The late Steve Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple Inc., would be very glad with his growing empire wherever he is. The sophistication of Apple phones has continued to awe the world. Yet again, they have added new members to the iPhone family – the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus. The iPhone 6 and 6 plus were unveiled on the 9th of September alongside a smartwatch. Nigerians immediately took to Google to check out the features and interestingly, the price. Don’t be surprised when you see your neighbour with it before the end of next week.
Many who tried accessing Google on the 9th of September probably saw a cartoon form of a man, Leo Tolstoy, being used on the Google doodle. The writer’s 186th birthday was marked by Google on that day. He lived from 1828 to November 20, 1910. Users who proceeded to click on the Doodle were entertained with a slideshow of scenes from the writer’s various books. Happy Birthday in arrears, Leo Tolstoy.
NIGERIA VS SOUTH AFRICA
Football happens to be a universal sport that can unite warring parties whilst the match is ongoing. Nigeria’s Super Eagles played South Africa’s Bafana Bafana on Wednesday, September 10 as part of the qualifying match round for the Africa Nations Championship. Those who could not tune their television sets to watch the match did so via Google. The match ended goalless; putting Nigeria third on the group’s table since they lost their match against Congo on Saturday, September 6.
NIGERIA VS CONGO
The Super Eagles of Nigeria were humbled by the visiting Red Devils of Congo on Saturday September 6th in the opening Group A match of 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The 2 – 3 scoreline defeat made it the first time the Nigerian side would lose a football match at the U. J. Esuene Stadium in Calabar.
OTHER GOOGLE HOT TRENDS ARE:
Big brother africa
Joan rivers before plastic surgery