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Responding to Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian wreaked havoc on the Bahamas this week and continues to batter the Carolinas. Before it first made landfall, tech was helping people get out of the storm's path and laying the groundwork for a swift response. In the places where Dorian has come and gone, tech companies are working with first responders, relief organizations, and government officials to support the recovery by donating and transporting supplies to shelters and helping people stay in touch with loved ones in affected areas.

What we're reading

Help Ahead of Hurricane Dorian | Lyft Blog

Help Those Affected by Hurricane Dorian | Amazon

AT&T Providing Relief to Customers Affected by Hurricane Dorian | AT&T

Comcast Offers Nearly 200,000 Free Wi-Fi Hotspots for Everyone to Weather Hurricane Dorian | South Florida Sun Sentinel

Free Calls and Texts to the Bahamas Following Dorian’s Landfall | Verizon Response

When a Hurricane Hits Miami, New Drones May Be Checking Doors to See Who Needs Help | Miami Herald

What we're watching

Watch this video to see how AT&T's innovative "Flying COW" maintains connectivity while permanent communications infrastructure is restored following a natural disaster:

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