More than 6,000 Regal cinema screens are about to become a lot friendlier to deaf and hearing-impaired moviegoers with the introduction of special closed-captioning glasses made by Sony.
YouTube is making its auto-captioning technology available to everyone in the hopes of making closed captions an option for all users.
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Users now can embed closed captions that show up as semitransparent overlays in videos. No word yet, though, on a mobile version.
Now people who speak German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Dutch can watch videos with automated captions.
A two-year class action lawsuit under the Americans with Disabilities Act ended with the streaming service agreeing to put captions on 100 percent of its video library by 2014.
The online video site has overhauled its video player for shorter waits for video, better sharing, and more accessibility and Web standards support.
With the latest update to the YouTube app for iOS, you can now select the quality of each video you watch.
The videophone boasts several apps and features which -- at no cost to the end user -- bring crisp video chats to the TVs of deaf and hard-of-hearing consumers across the U.S.
In what might be one of the more unfortunate closed-captioning snafus of recent years, a Twitter user posts a photo of what he says is a Fox affiliate mistakenly presenting the heart-object of certain nerds as suspect No. 2.