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We listen to our own voice when we talk — it helps us monitor what we're saying. But simultaneous interpreters have to translate one language into another in real time, so they learn to ignore themselves.


Apollo 11 was a resounding success from start to finish. From the minute the rocket left the pad through to landing on the moon and right back down to Earth, it was a day etched in human history forever. Safety wasn't always guaranteed, though, as evidenced by this condolence speech then-President Richard Nixon had prepared in case everything went sideways.


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If you ever want to steal something in spy movies, you need to tear out somebody's eyeball or fake their voice. AT&T Safe will bring that same level of security to your online accounts with an iPhone app.


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Today, YouTube is rolling out automatic captioning for all videos uploaded to the service, using Google's speech recognition service. You can see a demo in the video above.