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How startups are translating customers’ linguistic diversity into big business

Friday, November 7, 2014 | More »

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Anand Ram, a kirana salesman, writes a text message to his fiancé on his Micromax Unite phone that he has purchased a ‘John Players’. While the would-be bride, who is hailing from a remote North Indian village, receives the text in Hindi, it translates the word ‘Player’ as ‘Khilad...

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Reverie Language Tech ropes in former Vodafone India top executive Jonathan Bill as strategic advisor

Jonathan Bill, former senior vice president (innovation and business development) at Vodafone India, has joined the board of Bangalore-based Reverie Language Technologies Pvt Ltd as strategic advisor. In his new role, Bill will work closely with the Reverie management team on various aspects of stra...

19 September, 2013 | More »

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Samsung partners with Bangalore-based Reverie Language Technologies to introduce its UI in 9 Indian languages

Handset manufacturer Samsung has launched its user interface (UI) for select Galaxy smartphones and tablets in nine Indian languages including Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Gujarati. For the same, it has partnered with Bangalore-based Reverie Language Techno...

13 August, 2013 | More »

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Cross-messaging platform Plustxt launches text-messaging service in 7 Indian languages

Plustxt Mobile Solutions Pvt Ltd, which offers a text messaging platform that enables a sender to transform text to the language of the recipient, has launched services in Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Punjabi and Gujarati, according to a top executive of the company. The Bangalore-base...

28 January, 2013 | More »

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Reverie aims to do away with language divide across devices & digital platforms

Reverie Language Technologies Pvt Ltd, a Bangalore-based startup which makes text communication possible in 32 languages via instant transliteration (the conversion of text from one script to another) and facilitates it across digital platforms and devices, is looking to eliminate what it terms ...

25 January, 2013 | More »