Posts Tagged ‘translation’


Screenshot Dakwak, a website translation technology provider, has secured a $100,000 investment from 500 Startups in a second round of seed investment. In addition to the investment, Dakwak will be joining 500 Startups Accelerator Program (Spring batch 2013), which is one of the top 5 accelerator programs worldwide! Dakwak’s team has headed to the...
Screenshot Update: facebook responded by saying that the new translation button is powered by Bing translation engin, meaning it supports all the languages the bing supports (about 50) For now, the button is visible only to people who have installed the translations app. If a human translation is also available, they show that, instead. The way it works i...
Screenshot We wrote back on July 2010 about Dakwak a Jordanian startup that use crowed sourced community translation to help improve translating websites to almost any language. Recently the startups launched on site widget that allows your sites visitors to edit and vote up or down the translation of your site with out leaving it. Also Dakwak has r...
Screenshot Germany based language portal bab.la launched its Arabic version today. bab.la has free dictionaries for 28 languages, where users can use via the web and mobile but what is more interesting you can get any word translated by sending a tweet to @babladict. To do that just enter the language abbreviation ( ex: En) space the abbreviation of th...
Screenshot Google is pushing further  to support  Arabic and  other 41 International languages in its quest to further increase its Internationalization revenues. In the Arabic front we reported recently about Google's Tashkeel,  yesterday Google announced a new step to support Arabic online with an announcement to added Google automatic translation ...
Screenshot If you write in Arabic and need some translation help or if you stumbled in an English word that you wanted to translate into Arabic, there is a google talk bot that helps you translate english words to Arabic in realtime, right from your Gtalk. Just add: en2ar@bot.talk.google.com a and enjoy getting your translation in realtime....
Screenshot We reported yesterday Google Tashkeel, and if you are aware google has its own translation app and widget for websites. This translation momentum by the giant is a strategy to tab into international markets and improve search, but now google is no longer alone, As few days ago at MIX10 Microsoft jumped to to the bandwagon with Translator w...
Screenshot Yamli the Boston based startup launched about 2 years ago with a transliteration tool, has extended its offerings recently with its new Dynamic Translator Project, which allows users to translate from Arabic, English, french, German, Spanish and visa versa. The app which works in realtime is run via Google translate API. According to Habib H...
Screenshot Update: Look at the end of the post. Yahoo's acquired Maktoob has launched its first application for the iPhone called "Maktoob Dictionary." Maktoob Dictionary is a text translation app from English to Arabic and vice versa, it has around 160,000 Arabic and English words and phrases and enables you to bookmark words. The app also c...
Screenshot Update 1: see at the end, before the video. Update 2: see at the end, before the video. Sakhr one of the oldest Arabic software companies that was founded in 1982, has officially launched today one of its  break-through technologies, the Arabic Language Buddy™ for iPhone. This speech-activated translator enables Real-Time, interactive ...
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