Smart products were undoubtedly on the top of many Christmas lists this past holiday season. With wearables projected to skyrocket into a $22.1 billion dollar…Details
Over the last few decades, technology has done a pretty remarkable job at bringing us together. A video call is all that it takes to…Details
Over the past few months, Globalme conducted two speech-related data collection projects in China. In one project we invited 600+ native Mandarin speakers to come…Details
Last weekend we did a guest post for VentureBeat comparing Siri, Cortana and Google Now in five different languages – English, French, Italian, German and Mandarin. We…Details
If you’re just beginning your search into eLearning authoring software, then you might be feeling a little overwhelmed. There’s a wide array of platforms to…Details
If you’re new to localization and/or TMS, here’s a quick definition for you.
TMS stands for Translation Management System.
Now that that’s out of the way, let’s look at what TMS does, and what its main features are.Details
For our feature “Looking at CATs” we get the perspective of a professional translator on their favorite computer-assisted translation tool. What are its strengths and weaknesses, and why do they choose it over the other tools on the market?
Karen Rossi is a young professional Italian translator based in the UK, and for this edition she tells us why she chooses to work with OmegaT.Details
To understand the localization process, it helps to get a sense of the people who make it happen. We’ve previously posted about localization QA testers; now we’re going to talk about the techies, also known as localization engineers.Details
For “Looking at CATs” we ask a professional translator with experience working with a specific CAT tool to give us their perspective. What are the tool’s strengths and drawbacks, and why do they choose it over the other tools on the market?
For this edition, Tobey Kim tells us about SDL Trados Studio 2014.Details
For GlobalSight users, the Java security popup can be seriously annoying. Here’s one way to eliminate it.Details
It’s no secret that Twitter is hugely popular in Japan – in fact, Twitter is Japan’s favorite social network.
This is despite the fact Japanese people aren’t especially eager to join social networks, even though they’re generally enthusiastic about other new technologies.
So why is Twitter such a hit?Details