Inside Games points out something I didn't notice in Famitsu's recent update about Nintendo's Kensa X (summarized here). Kensa X has a new name: "Ando Kensaku." Please note that I didn't notice this in the Famitsu article because it wasn't there. The new name appears in Nintendo's latest release date calendar.
This new name is slightly less peculiar than the original name because "Kensaku" is Japanese for search. That makes sense for a game where you play mini games by predicting the number of search results for popular search terms.
The original name, while written as "Kensa X," was actually "Kensakusu." I'm not sure who had the idea of Englishifying it as "Kensa X," or if that was Nintendo's official Romanization. As far as I know, there is no "Kensakusu" word in Japanese. I recall speculating in an IGN Wii article that it might have been an attempt at pluralizing "kensaku," like "Yesterday, I conducted five kensakus on Google."
Anyhow... the new name is only "slightly" less peculiar because of the "Ando" at the front. It could be way of saying "And," which would make sense because the game has "and" searches, where you combine search phrases. But the "Ando" is actually written in kanji, like Ando the name, as in figure skater Miki Ando (who still hasn't received my many marriage proposal letters, it seems).
Maybe there's a character named "Ando" in the game, making the name a clever pun. Or maybe Nintendo will use Miki Ando as a spokesperson!
We should find out soon enough, as Ando Kensaku is set for April 29 release.