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Hi5 translations go live

The social network is now available in several Spanish dialects as well as Danish, Slovakian, Hindi, and a number of others.

By October 2, 2008


Google Translate speaks 10 new languages

The translation service adds Swedish, Hindi, Danish, seven other languages, and the ability to guess the language that text needs to be translated from.

By May 15, 2008


Office speaks Hindi

Microsoft has launched a customized edition of Office to cater to the multiple languages of India.

February 17, 2004


Microsoft to bring XP starter software to India

Hindi version of the operating system costs just $36. One catch: Customers can only open three windows at once.

September 29, 2004


Google debuts in Indian languages

The search giant's new sister site in India offers users a choice of interfaces in Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi and English.

By July 31, 2003


Standards group seeks multilingual Linux

The Free Standards Group, which is seeking to standardize aspects of Linux so it's easier for software companies and organizations to support the operating system, has launched a new project to better support Asian and Indian languages. The Asian Scripts Technology and Infrastructure (ASTI) work, part of the FSG's Linux Internationalization Initiative, will begin with work on Hindi scripts and plans to extend to others in early 2003, the FSG said Thursday.

By March 28, 2002