Bing happens to be Microsoft’s primary vehicle when it comes to search, and hence it is far from surprising to hear that Bing will also assist in the search for missing children. For folks who happen to live in the US, you would in all probability be familiar with AMBER alerts, where these are now part of Bing. AMBER is short for America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response, and it was birthed after the abduction of Amber Hagerman in 1996. AMBER alerts will be issued every time a child reportedly goes missing, and these alerts will be delivered through multiple channels such as SMS, radio, TV and others, Bing being part of the roll call now.
There has been anonymous Google sources going around that tout how the Internet search giant is developing a new Android version whose ultimate aim is to be incorporated directly into cars, so that drivers are able to remain connected round the clock without the need of a smartphone or tablet. While Google has an Android version that can be used in vehicles, known as Android Auto, that particular version would require a handset to be connected to the vehicle, not to mention having a compatible car with a built-in display being the other compulsory requirement.