In his Tool Kit, Jost Zetzsche mentions the arrival of the Google Translation Center. This is only the cache version as apparently, it was "accidentally" released by Google, who took it offline when it was spotted by Google Blogoscoped.
It’s an interesting concept, which freelance translators can benefit from, and which already exists out there, although the mighty Google will immediately attract a much wider public than the existing translation marketplaces. Also, I wonder what king of "shared, innovative, translation technology" they’ll be offering. What immediately annoyed me, however, is that anyone at all will be able to sign up to provide translations, which reinforces the dangerous idea that anyone can be a translator; and the audience is certain to be huge.