""You will find a few standard sets of trends, including sentiment, world focus, questions (which are such an interesting window into people's curiosities) world interest, rising players, and more," Google's Roya Soleimani told Wired.co.uk. "The standard trends are listed for every match up, but the highlights are gleaned from interesting and surprising info from the data. That's where the newsroom comes in."" #WorldCup #GoogleTrends
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