Are you using Google Translator App? Why do you need to install a lot of translation apps while most of them using Google translator service to provide the translation text to you? Two feactures you might be missing on Google translator App that I would like to pick them up there, especially for Cambodian users.… Read More

Google translate provides a community correction tool to help each local community to improve their language translation. Khmer language also included. Currently Khmer translation does not work well in tern of meaning since Google translation engine requires more data to learn, how people translate each paragraph or sentence. The community’s help is very important for… Read More

The event is now announced to public, the Khmer OCR conference which is hosting at conference hall of Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication on 28th of October. The event is for invited person only, please contact the host: if you would like to participate. The OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software has been around in the… Read More

That’s from Google for media event sharing through Google+, following photos are shared by the post have shown some improvement related to Khmer language. It’s good to share to everyone, thank poster.… Read More

This video is an animation of the lives of Cambodian people during the Angkor period (2396AD). This project with Monash University was done for a National Geographic magazine and website special on Cambodia. The video has been shared on Youtube since 20 September 2011 and it has been re-shared recently on facebook and other social… Read More

Sabay News, one of the popular entertainment news website, on 12th of September has released a new website design with feature articles’ slideshow on the top, the important 4 topics in the row and with new fonts etc. Sabay News leads on topic of entertainment, technology, life and social, and sport; they are written in… Read More

GMail has released a Khmer localization on its e-mail system interface. According to GMail blog published on 7th of July, Khmer language has been added among all 13 languages including Afrikaans, Armenian, Azerbaijani (Azeri), Chinese (Hong Kong), French (Canada), Galician, Georgian, Lao, Mongolian, Nepali, Sinhala, and Zulu. Now GMail has in 71 languages in its… Read More