Webinar: Translation Trends 2015

Learn what 2015 holds for the future of translation. In this webinar hosted by MemSource, you will hear a summary of 2014 and catch a glimpse of what’s in store for 2015. Panelists include Microsoft Translator‘s Chris Wendt, MemSource CEO David Canek, Torben Dahl Jensen from TextMinded, and Moravia‘s Jan Hofmeister. Ask your questions during…

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Learn to Optimize Your Localized Website for SEO at Adobe’s AEM Summit

Currently, up to 95% of online content is only available in one language. There are various reasons for this such as lack of time, money, and expertise. Automatic translation is increasingly leveraged to fill this gap – whether as a solution in and of itself, or as a first pass for human translation. As the…

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Pre-Registration for Skype Translator Starts Today!

The world of speech to speech translation is coming soon with Skype Translator Preview, and you can pre-register today to reserve your seat! This new app combines the ubiquity of Skype as a global communications platform with the translation power of Microsoft Translator. Taking a cue from Star Trek’s Universal Translator, Skype Translator lets you…

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“My Reading Level” App Uses the Microsoft Translator API to Help Non-Native English Speakers Improve their English Skills

Learning another language can be tough– even after you have mastered all of the basics, you still need constant practice to improve your fluency and vocabulary. Using the Microsoft Translator API, Microsoft Foundry Cambridge, a Microsoft development team, has developed the My Reading Level app for Windows 8.1 which delivers customized language learning features within…

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Microsoft Translator Celebrates International Translation Day

Promoted by the International Federation of Translators since 1953, the goal of International Translation Day has been to celebrate the worldwide translation community that is becoming increasingly essential in the era of progressing globalization. Microsoft celebrates International Translation Day (September 30, 2014) with a look back at what has proven to be a year of exciting announcements from Microsoft…

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Reach a Worldwide Audience by Adding a Microsoft Translator Widget to your Tumblr

Don’t know Russian and Chinese? No problem. Microsoft Translator has just released a video demonstrating how to add the Translator Widget to your Tumblr, making your blog accessible to audiences worldwide in any of over 45 different languages supported by Translator. The Translator Widget can be added to a blog or webpage by simply copying…

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Quicker and Cheaper Localization with the Multilingual App Toolkit

Want to make your app available to a worldwide audience? Don’t want to spend a lot of money and time doing it? In this new video from Channel 9’s CodeChat, Jeremy Foster discusses the Multilingual App Toolkit (MAT) with Cameron Lerum and Jan Nelson from the MAT team. MAT is a free technology powered by…

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Microsoft Sponsors AMTA 2014

      Microsoft is proud to be a major sponsor of AMTA 2014. The conference, held from October 22-26 in Vancouver, BC, is a great opportunity to hear about the most current developments and trends in Machine Translation (aka Automatic Translation) and to meet and share your ideas with people deeply involved in and…

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Multilingual App Toolkit 3.1 Launched – Localize Your App, Extend Your Reach

Today, the Multilingual App Toolkit (MAT) team announced the release of MAT 3.1. The Multilingual App Toolkit integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio to provide Windows Store apps and Windows Phone apps with translation support powered, translation file management, and editor tools powered by Microsoft Translator. This release provides several key fixes as well as new…

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Yammer Localization Updates Powered by Microsoft Translator

There are some exciting new changes happening in the world of Social Enterprise. Earlier today Yammer announced key localization updates across its web client, mobile apps, and the Yammer Success Center, that will improve communication within your organization. Yammer is taking localization a step further following last year’s announcement of localization support and is introducing message translation…

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