Trusted Translations at Google I/O 2014


As one of the main providers of Android application localization services within the Google Play Developer Console, Trusted Translations has been invited to participate in Google I/O 2014. Richard Estevez, CEO of Trusted Translations, will attend the conference on behalf of the company. On June 25 and 26, the seventh Google I/O conference will be held in Mountain […]

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Errors? Blame Titivillus!


During the Middle Ages, a period during which the vast majority of the population was illiterate, the skills of reading and writing were under the responsibility of the Church, and, in particular, the monasteries, where monks transcribed different (usually religious) texts over and over again in order to preserve them over the years. This activity […]

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The 21st Century: Scientists or Translators?


As globalization continues throughout the world, the translation of scientific documents (and in particular, those for the medical and pharmaceutical fields) is faced with a series of challenges. One of the most notable characteristics of medical language during the last few decades of the twentieth century was the complete domination of English as the sole […]

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A New Dialect Emerges in Miami


Every country has different accents for different regions within their country. In the U.S. there are many identifiable accents like the New York accent (Noo-Yawk). It has distinct features, for example the dropping of the R. Another example is the southern accent. It stretches across the southern states and is distinctive for its draw. The […]

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Is there an app for that? Part II


On the first part of this post, we looked at two apps that help us learn a language; however, those are targeted mostly for Romance and some Anglo-Saxon languages. Now, we’ll take a look at two more that can actually help if you’re planning a trip to Egypt, Russia or Asia. Memrise – Free service […]

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