With an increasing demand for online content in Arabic, and the language seeing impressive growth rates on sites like Twitter and Wikipedia, a new project aims to do its part to bridge the gap between Arabic and English content in social media and technology, Gulf News reports.
2,500 volunteers from across 28 countries are in the process of putting together a dictionary of technological and social media-related terminology.
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