September 10, 2007

Microsoft Uses Linux Technology

Microsoft has stepped into the territory of automatic translation with Windows Live Translator Beta. The online-based service went live at the end of the past week as an offer equivalent to what the Mountain View delivers with Google Translate. Both Windows Live Translator and Google Translate are at this point in beta stage, but the similarities fail to stop at this. Windows Live Translator was introduced as Microsoft took its Windows Live suite of products and services into the next phase of evolution focused around

the unified Windows Live installer.

Link: news.softpedia.com

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