After going through billions of search queries, Google has concluded that this year, the iPhone was the fastest rising search query not only in the United States but in the whole world. Every year, Google.com compiles a Year-End Zeitgest, which is essentially a summary of what users have been looking for on the Internet, with the world’s most popular search engine. This year, the iPhone took the crown quite effortlessly. The majority of the statistics are for the United States –the search giant’s country of origin. As usual, Google would like to emphasize that “no individual searcher's information was made available to us”.
Here's a rundown of the Google Zeitgest 2007 results: