Google Creates ‘Person Finder App’ For Japan

Google Creates ‘Person Finder App’ For Japan

Search giant creates tool to help Japan cope with a historic natural catastrophe.

Plus Aziz
  • 11 march 2011

It’s great when a company has enough resources to step up to help those in need almost instantly.

Japan was struck by the strongest earthquake in its history earlier today and Business Insider has reported that over 88,000 people are missing. The death toll is steadily increasing according to the New York Times, and there is a nuclear plant that is at risk of being effected by the catastrophe. More tsunamis are expected to follow.

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