In wake of the Oklahoma tornado tragedy, Google has shared that it is working with both Verizon Wireless and Acer to set up Chromebook stations with free Internet around the area.
With such wide-scale damage affecting the city of Moore, these stands should play a role in helping victims better communicate with their loved ones.
In addition to these stations, Google also released a crisis map for Oklahoma today, which includes Red Cross shelters, traffic alerts and storm reports.
Google has a history of stepping up after tragedies, as do many other tech firms like Twitter, AT&T and T-Mobile. Google’s response to Hurricane Sandy as well as its Person Finder initiative are noteworthy examples.