Fancy a job on the Starship Enterprise, but concerned you might not have the language skills? Don’t worry, Microsoft has come to the rescue – delighting Star Trek fans by adding Klingon to its Bing translator.
No business is too small to export, according to the organisers of Export Week. The relatively weak pound and tough market conditions at home are two good reasons to consider exploring new opportunities overseas.
How do you say “May the force be with you” in Navajo?
Translation and interpreting are complicated – and expensive – processes in the European Union. Each year, the EU translates a staggering 1.76 million pages, at a cost of £357 million. In recent years, the number of translators has risen from around 200 to an estimated 3,000.
When the first Internet World event was held in 1992, it was a very different place from today. A year earlier, Tim Berners-Lee had announced the World Wide Web project. But few people imagined the web would one day be used for shopping and socialising, as well as connecting the scientific community.
If you want to discover the latest innovations in everything from robotics to green energy, Hanover Trade Fair was the place to be. The world’s leading industrial technology showcase, it’s a key date for major technology and manufacturing companies.
Today more businesses operate across borders than ever before. The need for fast, cost-effective translation is growing rapidly – and the translation industry is adapting to keep up.
From robots to renewable energy, there’s only one place to explore the latest technology and innovations this week. Thousands of visitors from around the world are gathering for the Hanover Trade Fair, one of the world’s most important technology fairs.
Stumped by a tricky quiz question, but unable to find an answer on your smartphone? Or perhaps you typed your friend Maria Johansson’s name into a search engine, only to find hundreds of people in Sweden who share the same name.