114 Results for



YouTube brings auto-captioning to everyone

YouTube is making its auto-captioning technology available to everyone in the hopes of making closed captions an option for all users.

By March 4, 2010


YouTube turning on automatic captions

Google and YouTube engineers plan to show off their work on using Google Voice technology to automatically generate captions for certain YouTube videos.

By November 19, 2009


YouTube launches CaptionTube: A caption editor

The Google video site gets a browser-based tool that enables users to write captions for videos they've uploaded to the service. No third-party software necessary.

By April 16, 2009


Google I/O keynote day 2: Android day (live blog)

This is the one you've been waiting for. Come back here Thursday at 8:30 a.m. PDT for live coverage of the second day of Google I/O, which is supposed to be all about Android.

By May 20, 2010


Mozy online backup gets faster and goes local

The online backup service gets significantly better with version 2 of Mozy's software--especially when backing data up locally as well as in the cloud.

By May 17, 2010


Facebook users reveal risky details

Consumer Reports survey finds many Facebook users reveal personal details and don't use the site's privacy controls to protect themselves.

By May 5, 2010


20-app showdown: iPhone vs. iPad

Everyone knows that the iPad's screen is bigger, but does size necessarily give you better apps? We take a look at 20 popular cross-device apps to show you how they differ.

By April 29, 2010


Adobe releases Lightroom 2.7--but what's next?

Lightroom now officially supports Canon's new, high-profile SLR. What bigger changes could come with the photo software's next version?

By April 21, 2010


Obama to 'aggressively protect' intellectual property

The president says intellectual property is country's "single greatest asset" and must be protected from piracy and counterfeiting.

By March 12, 2010


Photoshop, a software industry fixture, turns 20

Adobe Systems' image-editing software is ubiquitous enough to become a verb. But as Photoshop exits its teens, it faces some new challenges.

By February 18, 2010