Everyone pitches in to help

With the devastation going in Haiti, many companies are stepping forward in whatever way they can with donations or means to help people in the U.S. get in contact with loved ones in the disaster-stricken country.

Google has setup a disaster relief page where you can donate money to UNICEF and CARE. The online search giant is also providing free calls to Haiti through its popular Google Voice service.

Another company that is joining the cause is EVGA. EVGA has announced plans to match donations given by its community up to $5,000. The fund, which is setup through the Red Cross, can be accessed by going to this page.

Other tech companies that have joined in the efforts include Intel, AMD, and Apple [iTunes link].

"What would I do? I'd shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders." -- Michael Dell, after being asked what to do with Apple Computer in 1997

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