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<p>Quest Visual's Word Lens application translates Spanish to English at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong</p>

Quest Visual's Word Lens application translates Spanish to English at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong

Quest Visual's Word Lens application translates Spanish to English at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong

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<p>Quest Visual's Word Lens application translates Spanish to English at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong</p>

Quest Visual's Word Lens application translates Spanish to English at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong

Quest Visual's Word Lens application translates Spanish to English at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong

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<p>Otavio Good, founder and programer at Quest Visual, which makes the video camera language translation application Word Lens for the latest iPhones, iPad and iPod Touch, at the company's office in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong</p>

Otavio Good, founder and programer at Quest Visual, which makes the video camera language translation application Word Lens for the latest iPhones, iPad and iPod Touch, at the company's office in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011....more

Otavio Good, founder and programer at Quest Visual, which makes the video camera language translation application Word Lens for the latest iPhones, iPad and iPod Touch, at the company's office in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong

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<p>Otavio Good, founder and programer at Quest Visual, which makes the video camera language translation application Word Lens for the latest iPhones, iPad and iPod touch, translates a Spanish menu with his phone at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong</p>

Otavio Good, founder and programer at Quest Visual, which makes the video camera language translation application Word Lens for the latest iPhones, iPad and iPod touch, translates a Spanish menu with his phone at the El Salvador Restaurant in San...more

Otavio Good, founder and programer at Quest Visual, which makes the video camera language translation application Word Lens for the latest iPhones, iPad and iPod touch, translates a Spanish menu with his phone at the El Salvador Restaurant in San Francisco, California on March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong

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