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An Arrest in Boston Blasts? Depends Which Network You’re Watching (TVNewser)
Around 1:30 Wednesday afternoon, CNN’s John King went on the air reporting from one of his sources that a suspect in the Boston blasts has been identified. Fox News’s Catherine Herridge reported the news moments later: “Fox confirming that the feds have an image which would suggest that a suspect at that second bombing site.”

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Join This Google+ Hangout To View Exclusive Lincoln Trailer and Chat Up Steven Spielberg


On Thursday, September 13 at 4 pm, Steven Spielberg and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are hosting a Google+ hangout to promote their new film, Lincoln. And they’re inviting a select few to join them (details below).

Set to release in December 2012, the movie follows the sixteenth President of the United States as he guides the North to victory during the Civil War.

History buffs will love this – and people confusing it with Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter will be annoyed.

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Google+ Hangouts Introduce Live Captions Service

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Google is really pushing video chat into its next phase with Google+ Hangouts. A really cool new feature surfaced Friday morning that allows Google+ Hangout hosts to display subtitles/captions of their talk either using a live transcriptionist or by typing the subtitles as the person speaks. It’s an early look at a cool feature, and Google hopes to expand on it in the future. The aim of this feature is to enable deaf users to be able to use the service.

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