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Given the "search results" affair unveiled this week between Bing and Google, one wonders if Google will claim that Microsoft is copying their plans to dominate the world through free, cloud apps... Starting today, people in over 150 more countries can use the Web Apps to view, edit, and share... Read more →


It is undeniable that there are some good reasons to use machine translation, and to trust (hope) that they will be good enough for publishing your contents live. In the case of the Wikipedia, I guess you can assume the risk and the cost of having sub-optimal, non-professional translations in... Read more →


Classic example of article suggesting companies to invest in making websites relevant to their local audiences (through not only high quality translations, but also through up-to-date localized contents and SEO strategy, and even by developing different feature sets for specific markets). via search engine journal The key thing (in terms... Read more →


Interesting move by Google, although I wonder how many Russian, or Greek users actually have a keyboard that does not support their local language. Sure enough, Google's team probably has data that backs this feature (I hope). via techcrunch.com The basic idea behind the virtual keyboard is that users can... Read more →