People turn to Twitter to find loved ones in wake of Manchester attack

Local residents and hotels also used the social media site to offer a safe space to stay following the deadly attack that killed 22 and injured 59.
0:53 | 05/23/17

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Transcript for People turn to Twitter to find loved ones in wake of Manchester attack
In today's tech bytes you could say it was Manchester United in the wake up at Manchester concert tragedy people turned to Twitter. Relatives and friends looking for the missing tweeting their pictures and pleas for help. Meanwhile local residents and hotels used Twitter as well to open their doors to those stranded in the lockdown city. In other tech news T-Mobile and sprint could be ready to join forces and the third and fourth largest wireless carriers speculation about a possible merger follows comments from executives of both companies. Could mean higher prices though any merger would have to be approved by regulators and apple is reportedly set to unveil a new generation of laptops next month the new report indicates it'll launch a brand new version of its twelve inch MacBook. Featuring a new processor and get this. Possibly a lower price I think when excellence guess Boozer tech backs have a great day.

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