The Best Translation Blogs Every Translator Should Follow

What are the core requirements for a successful translation career? Undoubtedly, command of the source and the target language. Furthermore, good style and familiarity with both the culture of the language you translate from as well as the pitfalls of our own culture. Nevertheless, translation isn’t just about rendering the…

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Runescape mobile game arrives on Android and iOS

Runescape, which claims to be the most popular free-to-play MMORPG, has launched on mobile devices. This new RuneScape for Android and iOS isn’t some spinoff or a separate take from the desktop version that developer Jagex has been regularly working on since 2001. In fact, this mobile version features cross-play…

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Marketing Localization: How to Optimize the Process End to End

Two in three consumers prefer to buy products in their native language while whooping 40% won’t buy a product in other languages. These numbers highlight the importance of marketing localization when expanding into new markets. Whether you like it or not, you need to start localizing if you want to…

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Cheap 32-inch LED TVs under Php5,000

Does your living room still have a fat, aging CRT TV? Or, are you just looking for a secondary screen for your room or to plug in your console with? Whatever the case may be, here we have compiled the affordable 32-inch LED TVs under Php5,000 in PH — if…

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Why Software Localization Is Worth Your Investment

Even though English is used extensively in the business world, millions of software users around the globe have millions of preferences. A couple of figures from CRA Research speak for themselves: 76% of online shoppers prefer products with information in their language, 65% choose content that looks native even if…

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A Guide to Localizing Rails Active Record Models

Ruby on Rails needs no introduction. Though the Model-View-Controller (MVC) web framework has lost some of its star power in recent years, Rails is still an excellent choice for agile web development. Ruby’s elegant, expressive syntax, combined with Rails’ philosophy of convention over configuration, creates a fluid developer experience that…

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