Lost in translation: 13 iPhone emojis that look way different on other phones

If emoji is indeed the fastest growing language in the world, then we may have a vocabulary problem. We all know the Unicode Consortium is the international body that defines the symbols which are included in today’s high-tech hieroglyphics. In fact, some emojis look so different on one handset compared to another, it’s hard to be sure that an Android phone person will always know what an iPhone person is trying to say, or vice versa.

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The Gift of Reading

Books are fundamental engines of advancement, illumination, wonder. Let’s get them in more children’s hands.

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Daje, apericena e altri modi di dire dell’italiano pazzesco

Daje, apericena e altri modi di dire dell’italiano pazzesco

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How language gives your brain a break

Study: In dozens of languages, words that work together stay together.

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La lingua e la cultura italiana verso il mondo | Giornale dell’Umbria

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