NEW YORK (
) -- "Angry Birds" is a trending search topic following the news that a version of the popular game is now available in Beta for
"Angry Birds" for Chrome is
and as a free download. It comes with 63 levels, and an additional seven levels which are exclusive to the Chrome Web browser.
, the developer of the popular mobile game, is hoping to become the world's leading entertainment brand within the next three years, at which point the company
"LexisNexis" is a heavily searched optic on Google on Thursday after a
conducted by the LexisNexis Mortgage Asset Research Institute showed that cases of reported residential mortgage fraud decreased in 2010 for the first time since the research institute began tracking reports five years ago.
The report, which was released on Monday, said that the number of reported home loan fraud cases fell 41% between 2009 and 2010.
The drop follows the recent decrease in home loans as banks tightened lending standards during the housing market downturn.
"We've got lower originations, less loan volume, less attention being paid to in terms of what's happening to those loans, and tighter credit scrutiny," report co-author Denise James said.
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