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Apple, Google Builds App to Detect When Someone With Coronavirus is Near

HNGN Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
Apple, Google Builds App to Detect When Someone With Coronavirus is NearRivaling tech giants work together in order to aid in the mitigation of the spread of coronavirus through an application which alerts the user when someone who tested positive is near.
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