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Four Languages on the Verge of Extinction

Posted by Tomedes on May 5, 2015 – 9:32 am Filed under Translation Languages, Translation Musings, Translation News
Human communication adapts to the needs of a people group at a specific time, and when it comes to the spoken word it’s common to observe the gradual decline and eventual extinction of different languages. In this blog post we’ll...
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Tomedes Translation Company presents a new concept for clients worldwide

Posted by Tomedes on October 1, 2013 – 6:52 am Filed under Translation News, Translation Site
The leading translation services company launches a newly designed website and offers a higher level of service for translation clients. Tomedes, the leader in worldwide translation services, launched a new and improved website earlier this month. The new site is...
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The word count ratio tool takes off!

Posted by Tomedes on July 11, 2013 – 3:23 am Filed under Language Translators, Translation Advice, Translation News, Translation Tools
The feedback we received from translators to the launch of the word count ratio tool took even us by surprise. We were delighted to read your comments and realize how helpful this tool really is for you. We even got a purchase...
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2010 Valentine’s Day Gift

Posted by Tomedes on February 3, 2010 – 7:42 am Filed under Translation News, Translation Services, Translation Tea Break
We have decided to show our love and affection towards our beloved new and returning customers by hading them a special gift for Valentines day. This time we will not provide a discount of 5% or 10% for our professional...
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Toshiba develops voice translation software for mobile phones

Posted by Tomedes on January 11, 2010 – 2:00 am Filed under Translation News, Translation Tools, Uncategorized
Instant voice translation has long been the stuff of science fiction and a much desired ability in the real world. People who frequently travel to foreign countries where they do not understand the local language would be delighted by a...
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nFluent – The language translation project at IBM

Posted by Tomedes on December 14, 2009 – 9:20 am Filed under Translation News, Translation Tools
IBM has a team of almost 100 employees working on the development of an automatic language translation tool that would be quick, as well as highly accurate to the extent that it would facilitate instant messages between the speakers of...
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Name translation anyone?

Posted by Tomedes on December 10, 2009 – 9:19 am Filed under Translation News, Translation Services
As a name “Suri” sounds unconventional and quite nice. Perhaps that’s why Hollywood’s star couple Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes named their daughter so. But how would they feel when they came to know that the word Suri means pickpocket...
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Japanese translators required at the 37th Honolulu Marathon

Posted by Tomedes on December 3, 2009 – 9:12 am Filed under Translation Events, Translation News
We’ve come across a requirement for Japanese translation volunteers. It’s an exciting opportunity in which Japanese language students can use their language skills in a live and fairly challenging environment – a valuable learning opportunity for language students. Last year...
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South Dakota Supreme Court committee to create standards for courtroom interpreters

Posted by Tomedes on November 30, 2009 – 1:44 am Filed under Translation News
Every year an increasing number of non-English speaking people move through South Dakota’s judicial system. These people require the services of language translation providers and are assigned translators by the counties that decide who translates for them. This leads to...
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Irish politician questions the requirement of official documents into English

Posted by Tomedes on November 27, 2009 – 9:09 am Filed under Translation News
Ireland has been spending a considerable amount of money on translating official government documents from English to Irish - the country’s first official language. Michael Ring, an opposition politician from Fine Gael has criticized this expenditure stating that the translations...
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