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Google and Microsoft dig deep for Haiti earthquake appeal

The tech industry's major players have responded quickly to the crisis in earthquake-stricken Haiti, pledging millions of dollars in aid and services

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The tech industry's major players have responded quickly to the crisis in earthquake-stricken Haiti, pledging millions of dollars in aid and services. Google has pledged $1m to the relief effort, updated its satellite imagery of the region and set up a page for donations, while Apple has set up a donation system in its US iTunes Store. Microsoft has pledged over $1m in cash and in kind and said it will match employee donations too, a move mirrored by Intel. Millions of dollars have been given by the US public via a text-messaging campaign. Ina Fried has the full story at CNET News.com: Tech companies pitch in for Haiti relief.

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