Yesterday, Google announced that it will soon be launching a cross-language information retrieval (CLIR) feature. As Greg Sterling wrote:
"Search queries will be entered in the native language, translated into English and run against Google's index. Any retrieved pages/sites will then be translated from English back into the native language. [Google's Udi] Manber said it "opens up the Web universally to the whole world."
Translation in search isn't really new—Yahoo has offered cross-translation search in a few languages since July 2005. If you can't wait for Google's CLIR which will be [...]
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