The Apple Roundup: Apple marketing’s war on language

Here's our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn't miss. Today's installment: Apple's copywriters are freaking out linguists; Samsung, Google meet to talk Apple; guilt over buying iPhones made by exploited workers; accessibility features in iOS 6, and more.…

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Google+ Hangouts get live captions

Google's Hangouts group video chat service just got more accessible to deaf and hard-of-hearing people, thanks to a new app called Hangout Captions. The app allows users to caption conversations in real time or use professional transcription services. Machine-powered transcription could be next.…

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New Bill to Mandate Captions for Web TV

A new bill could force CBS.com, NBC.com and others to add closed captions to all TV content streamed online. Smaller publishers are exempt for now. Still, adding closed captions to your video will make hearing impaired viewers, office workers and even the Google Bot happy.…

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