Every December, Microsoft releases the top searches of that year. This year they released Bing’s Top Searches of 2014 recapping the moments that mattered – from the biggest star to the most bizarre news of 2014. This year, they are also predicting the events that is happening in 2015.
Bing Predicts team has been bust this year predicting events like the World Cup, NFL games, and the US Mid-term Elections. Now they are applying their Bing Predicts technology to the trends and events of 2015.
Here’s a look at Bing Predictions for 2015:
- Fashion: We loved them, we hated them, and now Bing predicts we will love them again in 2015. What are they? Turtlenecks. This, and many other memorable 70’s fashions are making a comeback. Get ready for boho style clothing with lots of fringe and bell-bottomed pants. Bing also predicts we will be seeing more belted scarves and utilitarian jackets in the new year.
- Sports: The NFL season is in the final stretch and fans are pulling for their teams to make it to the Super Bowl in 2015. Bing predicts the final game will come down to the New England Patriots and the Green Bay Packers with Tom Brady leading the Patriots to the ultimate victory.
- Awards: Who will take home a Grammy this year? The fan favorites are Sam Smith for Best New Artist and Beyoncé for Album of the Year. As for the Golden Globes, the voice of the people is saying they want Boyhood to earn the award for Best Motion Picture Drama.
- Travel – In 2015, travel will be all about exploring the hidden gems across the country. Interest in using one’s vacation to explore small towns is on the rise, while metropolitan meccas like New York and Los Angeles will fall off the list.
- Food – Ever heard of the Mediterranean diet? If you haven’t heard of it yet, you’re about to. Bing is seeing a major spike in people’s interest in Middle Eastern food, from dishes they want to try at home to restaurants they plan to visit, people are loving the flavor packed dishes from the Middle East.
Check out Bing’s complete list of predictions for 2015 on www.BingTrends.com.