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iphonefeatured121Bing today posted its most-searched lists of the year, and 2014 was all about the iPhone 6, the Seattle Seahawks, and Kim Kardashian’s butt.

One year after being dethroned by Beyonce, Kardashian — who this year got married to Kanye West, released an insanely popular app, and “broke” the Internet with her backside — retained her title as Bing’s most-searched celebrity of 2014.

Destiny was the most-searched for game in 2014, according to Bing.
Destiny was the most-searched for game in 2014, according to Bing.

As far as popular devices, the iPhone 6 was the most-searched gadget this year, followed by the Xbox One, Fitbit, iPad, and Surface Pro 3. Facebook was the most-searched app, followed by Twitter, Instagram, Skype, and Vine. Finally, Destiny was the most-searched video game, followed by Lone Survivor, Halo: Master Chief Collection, Terraria, and Titanfall. 

The Seattle Seahawks, who won the Super Bowl in February, were the most-searched sports team, while Lebron James was the most-searched athlete. The Super Bowl was actually the second-most searched news story of 2014, just behind the World Cup and in front of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.

We posted some of the top 10 lists below. You can see all the lists here.

Most searched person:

  1. Kim Kardashian
  2. Beyoncé
  3. Miley Cyrus
  4. Katy Perry
  5. Justin Bieber
  6. Joan Rivers
  7. Jennifer Lopez
  8. Kendall Jenner
  9. Kaley Cuoco
  10. Robin Williams

Most Searched Devices:

  1. iPhone 6
  2. Xbox One
  3. Fitbit
  4. iPad
  5. Surface Pro 3
  6. Kindle Fire
  7. Windows Phone
  8. Galaxy S4
  9. Chromecast
  10. Google Glass

Most Searched Apps:

  1. Facebook
  2. Twitter
  3. Instagram
  4. Skype
  5. Vine
  6. Snapchat
  7. Candy Crush Saga
  8. WhatsApp
  9. Angry Birds
  10. Farmville

Most Searched News Stories:

  1. World Cup
  2. Super Bowl
  3. Missing Malaysia Airlines jet
  4. Winter Olympics
  5. The rise of ISIS
  6. Ray Rice controversy
  7. Shooting in Ferguson, Missouri
  8. Ebola outbreak
  9. Brittany Maynard Death with Dignity
  10. Ukraine (Crimea)-Russia conflict
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