PC World reports that Google wants to localize all its products and soon, if possible ahead of the competition.
"Internet users outside of the US may soon be able to access all of Google's products, many of which are currently available only in limited regions, if an executive search by the company is successful.
The University of Limerick, in the west of Ireland, has been asked by Google and an executive search firm to help find an experienced localization guru to head up an initiative to internationalize all of Google's products."
Google has 112 international domains so it's not a trivial task, but that will make many people happy. And it will bring many new users.
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