On Google Translate’s sixth birthday this month, its developers had plenty of reasons to celebrate. Two hundred million in fact: that’s the number of people who use its free international language services each month.
Many of us have ripped open the packaging, pulled out the shiny new mobile phone or laptop, and started using it right away. It’s only when we hit a metaphorical brick wall that we turn to the user manual – or try to find instructions online.
App designers are becoming increasingly fearful to release in the USA following a spate of patent lawsuits.
Google has announced the launch of five new Indic languages on Google Translate.
Google and Wikipedia recently announced that they are aiming to translate more than 16 million words of Wikipedia content into ‘smaller languages’.
Whereever you go in the world, the one topic that unites just about everyone – regardless of language – is football.
We wrote on this fair blog here some months back about a new iPhone translation application. Well, as good as this was, a new one has hit the shelves that may just blow the old one out the water.