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    FCC to build an open source video platform for ASL users

    http://www.engadget.com/2015/08/20/fcc-to-build-an-open-source-video-platform-for-asl-users/ The FCC is developing a video access platform that will allow American Sign Language (ASL) users to communicate with businesses and government agencies more easily, Chairman Tom Wheeler announced on...
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    LIFX bulbs

    A brighter way to think about fire safety If Nest Protect detects smoke or CO, LIFX bulbs can flash red to let you know there might be danger and help signal those who are hearing impaired. http://lifx.co/partners/nest/
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    toshiba-android-sign-language

    http://www.engadget.com/2014/10/07/toshiba-android-sign-language/ Toshiba's newest hire (of sorts) is called Aiko Chihara -- and she's manning a reception desk at the company's booth at CEATEC 2014 in Japan. Oh, and she's silcone-coated robot. Interaction isn't in her repertoire just yet --...
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    Google Glass into a real-time closed-captioning display for the hearing-impaired

    http://gizmodo.com/google-glass-app-gives-conversations-real-time-closed-c-1642537840 http://cog.gatech.edu/
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    It's old news

    Transparent OLED Screen for Samsung Notebooks - CES 2010 - YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwCi-WqMIFA&feature=youtu.be
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    Say goodbye to your mouse and keyboard

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d6KuiuteIA&feature=plcp
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    Regal Entertainment Group teams up with Sony to bring subtitle glasses to US theaters

    Regal Entertainment Group teams up with Sony to bring subtitle glasses to US theaters -- Engadget We've been hearing about glasses that only display subtitles to those who need them for years (most recently with a trial run in the UK), but it looks like they're now finally about to enter...
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    Miracle Worker Glove Helps Deaf and Blind People Communicate

    It would have been much easier for Anne Sullivan to get Helen Keller to spell out "water" with this innovative mitten. The Mobile Lorm Glove allows people who are deaf and blind to communicate by transmitting tactile signals to their hands. more Miracle Worker Glove Helps Deaf and Blind...
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    LARK’s silent alarm clock vibrates to wake you

    if you have iphone or ipod with alarm clock vibrating wrist. LARK Silent Alarm Clock Will Wake You Up Without Disturbing Your Partner and Help You Sleep Better or LARK | Silent Alarm Clock | Personal Sleep Coach
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    AcceleGlove teaches you sign language

    AcceleGlove teaches you sign language: we go hands-in (video) -- Engadget While we wouldn't say worthy devices at CES are rare, it's always welcome when we're dodging those middling tablets and iPhones cases scattered across Las Vega's premier tech event. Made by the Institute for...
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    Sprints kill Unlimited 4G Data for Hotspots

    Sprint's plans now cost $45 for 3GB, $60 for 5GB, and $90 for 10GB of combined 3G/4G data. Each additional MB will cost 5 cents. (They used to run at 3GB, 5GB and 10GB of 3G data, with unlimited 4G for all of the plans.) That cuts your value exponentially, if you were using the 4G liberally...
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    Sprint now taking pre-orders for iPhone 4S

    While supplies last, pre-order the iPhone 4 online today. The iPhone 4S will be available for pre-order on Friday, Oct. 7. http://www.engadget.com/2011/10/06/sprint-now-taking-pre-orders-for-iphone-4-reserve-your-4s-on-oc/
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    why no cc in xfinitytv website

    XFINITY TV | Watch Full TV Shows and Movies | Free Online Streaming I can't find CC option on XFINITY TV | Watch Full TV Shows and Movies | Free Online Streaming i want alike Netflix has already CC option. Anyone xfinityv user ?
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    Sony’s Subtitle Glasses Mean the Deaf Can Watch Movies in the Theater Too

    Sony's Subtitle Glasses Mean the Deaf Can Watch Movies in the Theater Too If someone with a hearing disability wants to watch a film that isn't already subtitled, they have very few options. But now, Sony UK is developing a pair of glasses that display subtitles in time with a given film.
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    Playstation opens doors for the deaf.

    Special needs Playstation opens doors for the deaf * Jack Schofield * guardian.co.uk Alison Carter, deputy headteacher at Longwill primary school in Birmingham, says the Sony PlayStation Portable is the ideal machine for the school's deaf children. Every child now has his or her own...
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    Cell Phone + Computer = Hybrid Dual Portable Computer

    From the land of Korea, we have this retro/brick looking Portable Computer dubbed HDPC that has ugly looking buttons. It’s sort of a PDA cum phone from MIU that boots dual OS (Windows XP/Windows CE 5.0 or Linux Qplus) which will satisfy Windows haters. It comes with a smalllish QWERTY keyboard...
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