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Majority of YouTube views aren’t from native English speakers

11/04/2011, If you thought that the majority of YouTube users spoke English as a main language, think again. According to a recent report by the folks at GigaOm, who spoke to a Google spokesperson, 60% of all video views on YouTube come from users who select a...

Voice Translate Pro turns your Nokia phone into a translator

06/10/2011, A developer named Fumbo has recently released an app on the OVI Store called Voice Translate Pro. Following in the footsteps of Google’s Translate app, it brings an easy to use and convenient voice translating service to Symbian devices. Funnily...

Real-time speech translation no longer a thing of the future

06/01/2011, As technology progresses, what was deemed only possible in sci-fi movies of the past are slowly turning into reality. One of the coolest gadgets ever thought of has got to be a real-time, language translating device (seeing how I’m terrible at my...

Lingodroids: robots that create their own language

05/18/2011, If you’ve always feared that robots would one day start talking to each other and plotting the demise of the human race, you can start getting a bit scared right now. The folks over at the University of Queensland have come up with a way to get...

SpeechGear now supports 35 languages

03/30/2011, SpeechGear, an industry leader in instant speech translation has just announced the availability of their new remote server module that increases the amount of supported languages by their systems. Their Compadre suite of conversation and document...

iOS update helps to save an old language

12/27/2010, The iPhone is capable of doing many things, but one thing you probably wouldn’t expect it to play a part in is the preservation of an old language. It has been discovered that Apple quietly added support for the American Indian Cherokee language as part...