Internet, cell phones abandon English-only origins

06/7/2010 | Christian Science Monitor, The

A growing number of Internet users who do not speak English are finding websites that offer content in their own languages. Technology is allowing more websites to be translated into other languages, and new websites are available for language translation, including translate.google.com, which offers translations between 57 languages. Applications, such as Google Goggles, also can be downloaded to cell phones to assist with translations.

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