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    Fujitsu develops wearable, hands-free translation device

    Claims the technology is a world first. Will test devices in Tokyo hospitals from Nov.
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    Re: Fujitsu develops wearable, hands-free translation device

    Universal translator here we come
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    Re: Fujitsu develops wearable, hands-free translation device

    Fairly sure this tech has been around for a while, including phone apps...
    But yes, putting a pocket clip on it and calling it wearable hands-free probably is a "world's first". I just raise an eyebrow at the marketing spiel around it.

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