Klingon Comes to Bing Translator

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Bing has finally one-upped Google in the nerd-cred department.

In honor of this week's premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness, Bing Translator has added the Trek language Klingon, or as I'll be referring to it: Bingon.

Worf from Star Trek

Starting today, you can visit the Bing Translator to convert a phrase from any of the languages available into Klingon.

The language is also available on the Windows Phone app (so the guy who has that can use it there).

The Klingon language has been a huge part of Star Trek culture since 1979, when the first words were uttered in the invented language in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Estimates range from 50,000 to 100,000 speakers of Klingon, with dictionaries and translators widely available.

What phrases will you translate into Klingon? 

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Good, now the sci fi geeks can all go talk to each other...somewhere else.