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At a Starbucks located near a college for the deaf, all the baristas know ASL

by Mikaela Lefrak Nov 29, 2018
Starbucks designed a store specifically for deaf and hard of hearing people.
Sign language interpretation major student Nikolas Carapellatti (L) signs with deaf Gallaudet University student Rebecca Witzofsky outside the first Starbucks café staffed by employees who are partially or fully deaf and capable of communicating in American Sign Language in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 23, 2018.
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Comcast data caps make life for deaf difficult

by Wes Williams Nov 30, 2015
Some worry the caps will also hurt the innovation economy.

Cochlear implants get processing boost from MIT researchers

by Molly Wood Feb 10, 2014
A leap forward in tech for those who can't hear.