It is clear that the machines and networks that we have created to connect ourselves have become vital to our society’s existence. The Internet of Things (IoT) has increased the ability of machines to adapt to an environment, allowing for flawless interaction with human beings.
This week in the news, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba announced its plan to list on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ‘BABA,’ Samsung and LG have launched rival smartwatches and Fliplingo finally went live this week with its human-powered Twitter translation service.
CSOFT’s Super Social Media Mash Extravaganza was held on Friday, May 16th and it went down a storm. The purpose of the event was to raise awareness about the different social media channels that are currently being used by CSOFT. Click to find out what they are and to see pictures from the event!
China’s leading social app WeChat is not just generic, chat-focused mobile application. It’s an amalgamation of social media apps like Twitter, Facebook, Talkbox, Instragram, Skype, and Grindr. What is it about this app that has over 300 million users hooked and why should you be paying attention? Click and read on!
Check out an interview with web globalization connoisseur and co-founder of Byte Level Research, John Yunker. Read all about what Yunker has to say on the shrinking globe, how social networking sites have lead the way with crowdsourcing, and best practices tips. We were so fortunate to have John Yunker lend his time and expertise. It was truly a treat!
Have you ever heard of Women in Localization? It’s a group that started in Northern California just a few years back, and recently their membership has practically exploded in numbers as the group opened their doors for global membership. Come check out this exclusive interview with the three brilliant founders who discuss the history of their group, the challenges women face in this industry, and how Women in Localization is rapidly growing into powerful, international team of movers and shakers.