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Mobile app helps Chia recover missing children.

Chinese authorities found 611 missing children by using mobile app last year, reported by Xinhua news agency. The app developed by Alibaba group Holding Ltd was launched in May and has allowed police officers to share information and work together.    
 
e-book on 35 types of cancer launched
Coimbatore: e-books, fraturing early singns and symptoms of alomst 35 types of cancer, Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Oncology and research (SRIOR) launched by today. “ Tamil can be downloaded on to smartphones and tablets and contain symptoms detection methods and treatment modalities in detail,” said SRIOR director Dr. P Guhan on the sidelines of the launch.
 
Online sellers race to the high street.
Shopping online may be something convenant and fast but according to a report  shopping rate at the physical store were better than on the website.
 
 ‘Discover People’ feature on Facebook
Facebook introduced a new secto called ‘Discover People’. The app-only addition  rolled out to users worlwide on both Android and iOS. Here is all about the new addition to social networking platform Facebook.  This tool lets you see profiles of facebook users who are in your town, attending or partecipating in an event or working within the company. 
 
Toyota, Suzuki may announce technology partnership: Nikkei
Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp and Suzuki Motor Corp are starting partnership to develop technology, including self-driving, the Nikkei business daily reported.
 




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