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The Translation of the Word “Hangouts” as “Quedadas” in Google+

As we all know, Google did not want to stay behind in the sphere of social networks and has created Google+, with a format similar to Facebook, but with some very interesting features that Facebook lacks. In fact, it’s easy to find several blogs that talk about this new network offered by Google. For instance, […]

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Web 2.0 and its Influence on Marketing and Sales: Myth vs. Reality

We have heard about the “social media revolution” for quite some time now. Since mid-2001, when the first sites that foster collaborative networks emerged, social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Myspace and LinkedIn have produced dramatic changes in the way people communicate. And it is not surprising that Web 2.0, as it is called […]

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Voice Recognition Translator

We have already spoken a lot in other posts on the progress of technology in the field of translation: translation memories, automatic translators, tools for quality control, the list goes on. There are even software programs that allow us to enter text by speech recognition: just install a small program or plug-in to have them […]

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Language-related Technology

Language technology is the result of applying language knowledge to the development of computer systems. We can classify this into two groups: technology of speech and text. Speech Technology * It is now possible for a person to talk to a machine and have the machine understand the information that is transmitted, because the computer […]

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Interpreters with Google Android

As we have discussed in several articles over the past year, Google is always developing new applications for translation or interpretation with limited success, since the quality of these translations is subjective. Now I have just read the latest: with Google Translate, Android smartphones become interpreters. It appears that Google began last week to try […]

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Now Google Translates Poems

Google continues to innovate. Now it is expanding the reach of Google Translate to perform translations of poems. Yes yes, poetry! If you ever tried to translate poetry, you know that it is a difficult task, given the need to understand the words “behind” the poem, which is often subjective. This year, at the conference […]

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