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  • Skype translates calls in real-time
  • Skype translates calls in real-time
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Skype translates calls in real-time

There are more than 100 different languages spoken in the UK alone. Developments like cheap air travel and social networking mean we talk to people from across the globe on a daily basis. The only barrier is language, and Skype is aiming to remove it with its call translator.

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