In the 2nd International Telugu International Conference, 2012, which happened in Visakhapatnam, Sri K. Roshaiah released 15 new Telugu Unicode fonts, among spell checker for Telugu and other things. I have not tried all of these yet. But, you can download the fonts and try yourself:
- Andhra Pradesh Government released 9 fonts in the names of Sri Krishnadevaraya and 8 of his poets. And, SiliconAndhra sponsored 6 fonts. Download them here, here, and here.
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Update: The link below now also includes 15 new Telugu Unicode fonts released in ITIC 2012.
On the eve of International Mother Language Day (Feb 21), SiliconAndhra, in association with the IT Department of Government of Andhra Pradesh, released 3 free Telugu Unicode fonts and also launched a website called Telugu Vijavam about technical resources for Telugu computing.
For the impatient, download these 3 Telugu fonts from Telugu Vijayam website.
Here is a screen shot of the homepage of Telugu Vijayam website:
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The first ever International Telugu Internet Conference (ITIC 2011) is being held in Milpitas, California from 28th to 30th of this year. The objective of this conference is toâ€”
… bring together leaders in the field of language computing relating to the Telugu language for a comprehensive overview of this rapidly expanding area of research and development.
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