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closed-captions

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Closed-captioning glasses get big rollout to cinemas

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.

By May 13, 2013

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25 tips for the Google Nexus 5

Google's Nexus 5 is here, and it's pre-loaded with Android 4.4 KitKat. Take a look at our best tips, hints and tricks.

By November 14, 2013

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Google Glass apps: Striving for the familiar (hands-on)

Suddenly a lot of big names are offering Glassware for Glass: Twitter, Facebook, CNN, Evernote, and more. The early days of Glass are all about not being as paradigm-breaking as you think.

By May 16, 2013

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Koala iPad mount lets you stick it to your bathroom

The removable Koala iPad wall mount promises to leave your walls in good condition while letting you stick your tablet just about anywhere, even the loo.

By March 20, 2013

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YouTube rolls out auto-captions for six European languages

Now people who speak German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Dutch can watch videos with automated captions.

By November 28, 2012

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Netflix and deaf-rights group settle suit over video 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.

By October 11, 2012

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Frenchman sues Google over Street View wee photo

A man is suing Google for a Street View picture that shows him answering the call of nature, which he claims has made him a laughing stock.

By March 2, 2012

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YouTube gets closed captioning support

Users now can embed closed captions that show up as semitransparent overlays in videos. No word yet, though, on a mobile version.

By August 28, 2008

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Mailbag: Announcing closed-captioning!

Wishing you could get captions on CNET TV? Don't miss this episode--have we got a treat for you!

May 21, 2008

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Netflix sued by deaf group over lack of subtitles

The National Association of the Deaf has sued Netflix for failing to provide closed-captioning on most of its streaming content.

By June 20, 2011