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I Need A Translation Service!!

At the top of my bucket list is a trip to Italy. I want the chance to see everything from Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, I want to stare at Michelangelo‘s David and the Catholic girl in me says I MUST visit the The Vatican. So, w...
by Peanut Butter and Whine on Feb 18, 2015

The market size of the translation industry

Hablaa.com Blog Hablaa Blog - Hablaa is a blog about languages and translation The size of the translation industry How big is the market for outsourced translation services? Which are the most demanded languages and what new trends can be identified...
by Hablaa Language Blog on Jul 28, 2014

Should you be using an online translation service?

The translation industry is changing rapidly. One of the biggest drivers for change is Machine Translation (MT) technology which has entered the mainstream. 10 years ago nobody would have considered using MT in a real-work scenario. But now some tran...
by GTS Blog on Mar 21, 2014

When is a Chevy good enough?

Having negotiated with hundreds (and probably well over a thousand) of translators during my career as a translation services buyer, I guess I can be considered an expert. Negotiating is an art in itself. Purchasing of translation services has its o...
by GTS Blog on Mar 12, 2014

Translation Services

Translation Services  Type one word to get dictionary meaningType a phrase to get text translation. SpanishFrenchArabic—Detect language—AfrikaansAlbanianArabicBelarusianBulgarianCatalanChineseCroatianCzechDanishDutchEnglishEstonia...
by بنات اليوم on Feb 7, 2014

What to look for while availing legal translation services

As human beings and belonging to only one culture and language, we have certain limitations. For example, we are usually unable to translate texts in various languages with its original expression and meaning. Various translation companies are provid...
by Free Articles Directory on Jul 29, 2013

Should Eurovision Be Renamed ‘Anglovision’?

Last week we blogged about our office rule surrounding the Eurovision song contest: if your country wins, you must bring a cake into the office to celebrate. So, who took the cake in Europe’s Favourite TV Show last weekend? With Denmark bagging...
by Today Translations on May 21, 2013

You and I need this protection – ASAP

A major initiative I’ve worked on with the Fraud Advisory Panel for the past 18 months revealed how awfully difficult and distressing it is for victims to recover their losses following a fraud. Hope is now to be found in a series of 16 reco...
by Today Translations on May 20, 2013

Congratulations to Lady Gaga Covering Accordion Player

At Today Translations we work with talented linguists from all over the world, many of whom play musical instruments, including several members of our in-house team. This got us thinking: is there a connection between music and languages? According t...
by Today Translations on May 17, 2013

Here’s To Eurovision 2013!

It’s Eurovision week and needless to say Saturday 18th May will be an important moment for the Today Translations’ team. Pretty much each member of staff comes from a different country and quite a few extra people have recently joined us, so the...
by Today Translations on May 16, 2013

Today Translations at the World Lithuanian Economic Forum

A wide range of unique business and economic events are taking place next month in Lithuania. Alongside Forum One – an international forum on personal, professional and business leadership – Today Translations’ CEO Jurga Zilinskiene will be att...
by Today Translations on May 15, 2013

When will big data analytics stop the phishing websites?

I advise on security at Today Translations, a leading translation company. They don’t use cold calling thankfully. This weekend I was reminded of one reason why I don’t like it. Most Saturday mornings I get one of those millions of scam p...
by Today Translations on May 13, 2013

What should Jurga ask Sir Richard Branson?

We are delighted to announce that Jurga Zilinskiene, managing director of Today Translations, will be speaking at Forum One in Lithuania, one of Eastern Europe’s flagship business events. The forum’s keynote speaker will be Sir Richard Branson, B...
by Today Translations on May 7, 2013

Seo – Services Tactics That Get You Blacklisted

Should you employ the services of a specialist SEO organization? There are two things the SEO companies should be known as often by you that guarantee results are also the ones that are training tactics that are either borderline illegal or even actu...
by Article Technology on May 6, 2013

Understanding Cultural Gestures can turn a ‘Thumbs Down’ into a ‘Thumbs Up’

We have all heard the paradigm that more than half (55 per cent to be precise) of our communication is shaped by body language. Our words are constantly supported or contradicted by facial expressions, hand movements, and body postures. We start imit...
by Today Translations on May 2, 2013

Some digital neologisms are also breaking the language barrier

Tom Chatfield’s book, Netymology: A Linguistic Celebration of the Digital World, delves into the origins of the vocabulary that has come to define the current era of the internet. In an article for the Guardian, Chatfield looks at some of the most...
by Today Translations on Apr 18, 2013

China Announces Official Operating System

Microsoft Windows has support for over 40 languages, and you can use your Apple iOS device in 22, but China has its eyes on having its own very own operating system (OS) when it announced a partnership with Ubuntu this month. The Chinese government...
by Today Translations on Mar 28, 2013

Could an app end the UK’s council translation woes?

Does the crack in the footpath around the corner or the pothole just next to your drive, well, drive you crazy? For citizens in over 200 US cities, submitting a request to their local municipal government can be done quickly, efficiently, and in thei...
by Today Translations on Mar 22, 2013

Multilingual Clothing?

Scandinavian fashion is all the rage at the moment, but have you ever been in a rage after bringing home an amazing new jumper, only to find out you don’t know how to wash it? Fear not, for starting in 2014 the majority of clothing will contain...
by Today Translations on Mar 21, 2013

Mango’s “Slave Style” and the Vital Role of Translations In E-commerce

Some people claim they are slaves to fashion. Recently, Spanish fashion retailer Mango was forced to apologise after they took the saying too far by advertising “Slave style” jewellery on their website. The two bracelets and a necklace were remov...
by Today Translations on Mar 8, 2013


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