TechBytes: Google, Dish Network

Google was praised for creating "person finder" link in wake of Boston Marathon bombing.
0:52 | 04/16/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Google, Dish Network
In today's tech -- the -- being praised in the moment after yesterday's bombings -- created a link called person finder more than 3300 people were -- at once found on the marathons website users entered names and information for others to view to reunite those separated. The service came in handy because cell phone service is nonexistent after the explosions. Despite reports that services downturn at a remote detonations cell -- officials say they were trying to boost coverage. A buyout offer could merge the national phone and TV service provider -- network has announced a 25 point five billion dollar bid for Sprint Nextel this Cecil they'll build a new wireless broadband four G network and FaceBook is talking with apple about creating a version of its home software for -- I found. -- comes a week after the social media giant announced a deal with android cellphones and those -- tech -- have a great day. I'm Diana her eyes.

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