NEW YORK (
) -- Hot searches on the Internet Tuesday include "Nexus S" after reports that
iPhone 5 will feature a curved glass display, similar to that of
Nexus S phone.
The Google Nexus S, an iPhone rival, debuted in December 2010 with a screen curved slightly inwards with the intention of fitting the palm of the user's hand and the side of the user's face more comfortably. The Nexus S is part of the growing group of Android phones, which have given the iPhone considerable competition with its comparable features and fast networks.
"Modern Warfare 3 trailer" is a hot topic Tuesday after
unveiled the first official trailer for its upcoming "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" game, the latest in the popular franchise.
The trailer confirmed the game's release date as Nov. 8 and offered a sneak peek into the game and its plot, which is set during World War III in cities including New York, London, Paris and Berlin. The premiere of the trailer was broadcast during Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Finals. Pre-sales of the game have already begun, with
currently listing the game as available for pre-order.
Internet users Tuesday are searching for "Peach," Japan's first budget airline that was unveiled on Tuesday. The low-cost carrier, affiliated with
All Nippon Airways
, one of Japan's dominant airlines, aims to become a completely different type of airline that links destinations in Japan and Japan with Asia.
With the name Peach, the airline intends to lure customers in by invoking ideas of youth and energy, and is going for a casual, stylish look for its cabin crew -- a departure from typical Japanese airline cabin crew uniforms.
The airline is launching flights at a tough time for Japanese travel, after the March 11 earthquake and subsequent nuclear crisis. But it has expectations of reaching 6 million customers with 16 jets just five years after its launch.
"Choice Hotels" is a hot trend after news that the global hotel group will reward loyal customers with a free night's stay at one of its more than 200 European hotels.
launched the promotion by enabling members of its reward program, Choice Privileges, to earn the free night. Choice Hotels is behind an array of brands including Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality, Clarion and EconoLodge, and recently united all of its brands in a campaign advertising the chain's booking site, ChoiceHotels.com.
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--Written by Brittany Umar.
Brittany joined TheStreet.com TV in November 2006 after completing a degree in Journalism and Media Studies at Rutgers College. Previously, Brittany interned at the local ABC affiliate in New York City WABC-TV 7 where she helped research and produce On Your Side, a popular consumer advocacy segment.