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The Difficult Task of Subtitling

How many time have we criticized the subtitles during a movie or while watching our favorite TV show? How often have you called out mistakes in the translation? This has probably happened to us pretty often. However, we should look into the difficulties and the limitations when translating subtitles so that we can understand why […]

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Translation of Android Apps on Google Play

Trusted Translations has been selected by Google to provide translations of the applications that are offered on the platform of all Android OS devices. The aim of this service is to provide translations or localization for applications and projects available on Google Play. By means of this new feature, application developers will have the option […]

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Language for thought

As we all know the great and most well recognized leveller in connecting people from across the globe has been the Internet. The Web has enabled businesses to go global by connecting with customer groups in various countries. Today, services such as translation (written translation) and interpretation (verbal translation) are provided here at Trusted Translations […]

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How the Emergence of the Internet Has Influenced Business

The Internet’s infrastructure spread throughout the world and thus facilitated mass information access as well as translation, which in turn altered the economy and all of the markets. The arrival of the internet has completely revolutionized our lives: our personal lives just as much as our professional lives, which is due to the fact that […]

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The Official language of Turkey and Cyprus,Türkçe konuşuyorum, Türkçe konuşurum

Turkish belongs to the family of Turkic languages ​​with Turkey being this language family’s archetypical country. These languages ​​are spoken throughout a belt of regions that stretches from Turkey to Central Asia, in areas such as Kosovo and Macedonia. This is why all these languages ​​have a high degree of intelligibility (meaning that they closely […]

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The Beginning of Professional Translation

In the nineteenth century translation was work reserved for professionals and not for cultured science, religion or literature enthusiasts. Let’s have a look at a well-known colleague. George Eliot, the mask of a woman who didn’t fit the Victorian stereotype. Mary Anne Evans (1819-1880) was born on a British Protestant farm and after having read […]

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