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.
The clock’s ticking down to one of the year’s biggest IT and security events in London. For those who don’t know, InfoSecurity Europe is a huge global meeting place, where exhibitors show off some of their newest and most exciting technologies. And of course, Lingo24 will be there next week!
App designers are becoming increasingly fearful to release in the USA following a spate of patent lawsuits.
Never wanting to get left behind with the times, we’ve upgraded our ‘Heart’ (that’s what we call our unique blend of translation technology) to allow us to translate iPhone apps even more efficiently.
There have been mixed reactions from the web as Google Translate announces the closure of one of its most-used web translation tools due to ‘extensive abuse’.
Google and Wikipedia recently announced that they are aiming to translate more than 16 million words of Wikipedia content into ‘smaller languages’.
We reported on this fair blog back in January that we had been shortlisted for the Real Business Customer Kings Award, 2010.
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.