laptop-gadget-35-bucks-reuters-clipIn the wake of the Oklahoma tornado tragedy, Google — along with Verizon and Acer — has set up three Chromebook stations with free Internet for victims of the Oklahoma tornado.

According to Google, three locations have been set up at Red Cross stations, a local church and the Moore Community Center.

The hotspot computer stands should play a role in helping victims solve the most pressing issues of family and business.

(READ the story in The Next Web)

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