Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Google will keep people safe with real-time SOS Alerts in Search and Maps

Google wants to provide people with easy access to actionable information in times of crisis. The internet giant is launching a new feature to help netizens promptly and effortlessly figure out how they can stay safe when natural disaster strikes. The so-called SOS Alerts initiative will introduce numerous help tools to Search and Maps. Designed to keep users safe, the new addition will display top stories, authoritative local information, emergency hotlines and websites, as well as various translations of useful phrases and terms. Users in close vicinity to affected areas might also receive notifications on their mobile devices that direct…

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