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Microsoft has launched its 'Translator 10 Beta' that will allow users to translate languages on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. The app supports translations without the need for a data connection.
The Skype Translator app has just become more useful as it now supports near real-time spoken translations in French and German, bringing the total number of supported spoken languages up to six.
The preview of Skype Translator - which lets you speak to someone in one language while they read a near-real-time translation in another - is now available for anyone who wants to give it a go.
Skype's real-time translator tool now supports additional languages. The voice translator can now handle Italian and Mandarin on top of the already supported English and Spanish.
Microsoft has announced a $1 million partnership with the State Department's upcoming U.S. Diplomacy Center museum, which will combine Microsoft technology and hardware in a very unique way.
Google has apologized after tens of thousands of users signed a petition complaining that the company's translator software was spitting out offensive and inappropriate terms to describe gay people.
After experimenting for a long time, Twitter has finally decided to fully adopt Microsoft's Bing translation engine and allow users to translate tweets that are in different languages.
Microsoft has pushed a pretty significant update to its Windows Phone application, known as Translator, to include multiple new spoken languages to which the app can translate for you.
Famous actor and passionate technology fan George Takei, recently visited Microsoft in Seattle and got to try out Skype's upcoming real-time Translator as well as see a few other company projects.
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After being unveiled at the beginning of the year Skype Translator is now almost ready for public preview. Sign-up to try its real-time voice and video translation capabilities.
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Microsoft's Bing Translator app for Windows 8 now includes speech support, allowing users to speak to their devices and hear a direct translation in "a native speaker's accent."
Facebook is beginning to roll out an inline translator powered by Bing, helping to remove the Facebook community's language barrier and allowing users to contribute their own translations.
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