Twitter & Google+ Releases Support For Many Languages Including Indian Ones

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Communication is an important tool in the modern world, especially the social communication aspect. Making the web adaptable to many language groups and nations is the next step towards connecting people all over the world. Twitter and Google+ are already used in English and the language is also the de facto language of communication over the Internet. Adding local language support will help more people...
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Wikipedia to Open India Chapter?

What’s the first result you find when you Google something? More often than not, it’s Wikipedia. It caught on in 2002, and from there it has become the textbook definition of the success of a  collaborative enterprise, revolutionising the way we access knowledge. (It also greatly increased the popularity of the wiki concept)To see how popular Wikipedia is in local Indian Languages, checkout...
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Microsoft Ventures Into Indian Language Transliteration Tools

Only 1.2 crore homes that have PCs versus 45 crore mobile phones in India – Microsoft seems to have a solution to that large difference. Lack of English language literacy prevents that difference to descend, which Microsoft India are looking to figure out. Recently in news, Microsoft Corporation announced release of transliteration tools for six Indian languages – Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Bengali,...
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New Google Translate With Instant Results: Not That Great With Indian Languages

After informing you about the grand announcements made by Google last week, here comes another product from the Google factory, only this time its an improvement over its previous edition. Google recently launched a new look Google Translate with a few additional features. But again I guess Google has still not been able to decipher the Indian Grammatical Code and hence even the new improvised version...
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Google Making The Internet More Indian – Translating World Information To Indian Languages

Google has launched Google Translator Toolkit that enables users to convert content from other languages to their native language like Hindi etc . As per Google since most of the Indian users want to go through the offline content in regional languages, it will be great it they can access the online content also in their regional languages.Google Translate has been providing the service of translation...
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