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Google brings Emergency Location Service to Android users across the US

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Google has expanded Android’s Emergency Location Service to more people in the US, making it easier for emergency services to locate people when responding to a 911 call out. Emergency Location Service (ELS) has been around in Android for a couple of years now, and it uses a combination of GPS, Wi-Fi, mobile networks and sensors to provide responders with accurate location information about callers, no matter whether they are inside or outside. See also: Android emulator BlueStacks 4 brings massive performance improvements Samsung and Google are working together to bring RCS messaging to Android Developers can now use staged… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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