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Google adding Public Alerts to Maps, keeps you in the loop in times of worry


Google adding Public Alerts to Maps, keeps you in the loop in times of worry
You can’t deny that Google often hands out marvelous tools for the masses to utilize (yes, some can be a miss), and today the King of Search is launching a fresh virtual apparatus as part of its Crisis Response project. Dubbed «Public Alerts,» the feature is accessible from within Google Maps, keeping you in the loop during times of high alert. Your search query will trigger things like weather relevant to your area, public safety and earthquake alerts — all of which are provided by the NOAA, the National Weather Service and the US Geological Survey. The Crisis Response squad says its goal is «to surface emergency information through the online tools you use everyday,» which is a great idea, but we honestly hope that you don’t have to use it very often. Those of you stateside can start using Public Alerts now — as for the rest, let’s hope that the search giant brings its alerts to a map near you sooner rather than later…

Google adding Public Alerts to Maps, keeps you in the loop in times of worry originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 25 Jan 2012 16:37:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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