Translation Cloud, the award-winning translation company now offers a website translation tool to allow website owners to go global for free. Translation Cloud has recently released a free plug-in for website owners to incorporate into their sites which seamlessly offer multilingual options to view their content. The Translate This website plug-in is a simple JavaScript…

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by Dailybhaskar.com The first Oxford English Dictionary was out in 1884. But now English Dictionaries face a threat from digitisation. The publishers have already indicated that they will not go for another print edition due to falling sales with the rise of digitisation. With internet making print dictionaries redundant, Oxford University Press is now focusing…

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By Neil Payne More and more of us need translation solutions for our businesses. The development of the global economy means we are increasingly working across language barriers. We may buy goods from China, sell to Brazil or hire people from Russia; as a result the demand for translation services and/or products have dramatically increased….

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by Hillel Italie (AP) The latest book project for Cloud Atlas novelist David Mitchell was released in England this summer to excellent reviews and strong sales, reaching the top 10 on Amazon.com. The Reason I Jump, coming out in the US next month, is a memoir about autism and a deeply personal book for Mitchell,…

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By Michelle Keahey, East Texas Bureau A deaf man has filed a lawsuit against a Tyler medical center for failing to provide an interpreter so that he could be informed about the medical status of his wife. Robert Phelps filed suit against East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System on July 25 in the Eastern…

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It’s Friday, so for the latest installment of funny videos, I present to you Language Lessons with  Steve Carell. Language Lessons with Steve Carell – watch more funny videos

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Lajamanu is an isolated village of some 700 people, located near the remote Tanami Desert in Australia’s Northern Territory. The village lacks fully paved roads, and gets its mail delivered twice a week from the closest commercial center (the town of Katherine, some 340 miles north). Now, however, the village is making news as the…

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Peter Hui was rumbled when Driving Standards Agency officials noticed his rocketing client list as word of the scam spread A Chinese translator has been jailed for giving driving test hopefuls the right answer as he read out theory questions. Crooked Peter Hui made up to £100,000 by saying the equivalent of “yes” in Mandarin…

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Linear B, the mysterious language discovered on Bronze Age tablets unearthed in 1900, had baffled linguists for decades. Then along came a 21-year-old graduate named Alice Kober… Margalit Fox tells the remarkable story. By Margalit Fox It was one of the most captivating mysteries of the modern age, requiring three detectives and 52 years to…

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By Russell Holly If you read anything on the Internet, you see large number all the time. Dictionary of Numbers helps try to put that information into a format you can better appreciate by relating that number to other things. Like most Chrome extensions, when I first saw the Dictionary of Numbers I thought it…

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