2010 is a history now – a past tense. Hope it went good for all of you and you learned a lot of new things in it. Google Blog recently told about their top posts of 2010 – which viewed and reviewed more.
Following are the top blog posts of Google blog for 2010.
- A different kind of company name – 10,604,183 unique pageviews, more than 30 percent of the year’s total. Our April Fools’ Day post about changing our company name to “Topeka” had a crazy-high number of pageviews, in large part because there was a link to our humble blog on Google’s homepage that day. That’s a lot of eyes!
- A new approach to China – 924,335. We post about our new approach to business in China; we will no longer censor search results on Google.cn.
- Introducing Google Chrome OS – 653,803. This post introducing our open source operating system was published in July 2009 (and was the top post of 2009), but continued to draw readers this year. (This month, we launched a pilot program for Chrome OS notebooks.)
- Think big with a gig: our experimental fiber network – 483,399. We announce our plan to build and test ultra high-speed broadband networks in a small number of trial locations across the United States.
- Update on Google Wave – 469,164. We share the news that we don’t plan to continue developing Wave as a standalone product.
- Introducing Google Places – 341,136. The Local Business Center (the tool that enables business owners to manage their presence on Google) becomes Google Places.
- Announcing Google TV: TV meets web. Web meets TV – 314,991. At Google I/O, we unveil a new experience for television that combines your familiar TV with the freedom and power of the Internet.
- Our new search index: Caffeine – 271,393. Our new indexing system provides 50 percent fresher results for web searches than our last index, and is the largest collection of web content we‘ve offered.
- A new approach to China: an update – 228,591. In March, we stop censoring our search services on Google.cn, redirecting users from there to Google.com.hk for uncensored search in simplified Chinese. (Later, we introduce a landing page for Chinese users that links to Google.com.hk.)
- Introducing Nexus S, with Gingerbread – 220,482. We introduce Gingerbread, the latest version of the Android platform, and Nexus S, the next Android device from the Nexus line of mobile products.
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