In a joint endeavor with KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, Wikipedia is set to implement new open source text-to-speech capabilities spanning several languages by September 2017.
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The popular free online encyclopedia Wikipedia has turned 15 years old today, since its launch in 2001. The service has grown to incorporate more articles, many of which are in different languages.
While Wikipedia is a great source of unbiased info, there are entities who seek to beef up their pages in return for compensation, which is an ongoing battle that the foundation wants to stamp out.
The nonprofit organization behind Wikipedia is joining forces with eight other organizations to sue the NSA, aiming to put an end to the mass surveillance program that also affects its users.
Due to a controversial law being considered by Russia's State Parliament which could allow the blacklisting of websites, Wikipedia has closed itself for a one-day protest again.
Neowin reported on Sunday that Wikipedia co-founder and chairman emeritus Jimmy Wales had relinquished his editing and content management roles at Wikimedia. This was because he came under unrelenting fire from the Wikimedia community...
Children's charities in the UK have expressed what they call "serious concerns" that some Internet service providers have still not blocked websites showing child sex abuse. The British government asked ISPs to block child porn,...