Traveling overseas but don't speak the language? We've got a how-to on using your smartphone to help you order ordinary or extraordinary foods on a menu, even in a foreign language.
Google's Translation tool is getting an update that lets users "contribute a better translation" to make it easier for readers to understand what's written.
Word 98 and WordPerfect translations
It's nice for Wikipedia fans that Google helps fund and foster translation work. It's also nice for Google's own translation technology.
The social network is now available in several Spanish dialects as well as Danish, Slovakian, Hindi, and a number of others.
We could really use a translator to help make sense of the English on NEC's product page, but we get that a head-mounted display with a mic attached picks up a conversation and routes it through a remote server to produce a translation.
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You can now write characters in Hebrew, Arabic, Esperanto, Persian, Zulu, and several other languages.
Worried you’ll accidentally order something bizarre while on vacation? Here are three apps that will have you ordering with confidence.