Knowing a second language is a great skill and it pays off in the most unexpected ways. The need for it increases while you are on an International Trip. Similarly, you might have a colleague at office who speaks a different language. But that shouldn't keep you from building a good rapport.
Whether you are planning to go on a vacation with your friends or family, you can't deny there is a strong possibility not everything will go according to your plans. In fact, anything can go wrong when you are traveling abroad.
Google Translate is an excellent app for the travelers who are frequently required to understand or communicate in different foreign languages. The Android version of the app has now received support with recognition of 13 more languages.
Google Translate has always been proven helpful to people translating web pages or languages, although it doesn't provide perfect translations every time. Recently, search giant Google has launched a new version of Translate for Android that can do translations 'offline.' That means from now on, Android users won't need an internet connection to translate any language or web page through the service.
Imagine a scenario in which you have to speak in a language that you can't speak. It has to be a speech that you have to deliver online, via skype. What do you do? Well, according to a translation program that Microsoft is working on, all you will need is to practice for an hour with the program and your 'voice' will be able to speak in multiple languages.
Google puts on its sociological glasses and this week launches a new website entitled Value of the Web. The aim of this new domain is to collect and archive relevant information from around the world which sheds new light on the economic toll the Internet might be having on all areas of our life.
Users of Google’s upcoming social network Google+ can now have the posts of friends from other countries translated almost instantly with a new translator tool from the search giant and this is an extension on Google’s Chrome browser, which translate Google+ streams using integrated, inline, Google Translate support. The Google Chrome extension can access a Google+ user’s data on plus.google.com and it supported Indonesian, German, English, Filipino, French, Vietnamese, Spanish, Italian, Polish, and Romanian languages...................
Google Chrome 11 has just been released sporting the new flat icon with improved security and with the speech-to-text support through HTML speech input API. The feature has been in testing, along with Google Chrome 11 which has just graduated to the stable channel, but since this is the channel that most users are on, it's the first time many encounter the new feature.
Just a few days ago, a leaked image of iPhone 5 in a Chinese website which claimed that iPhone 5 will have “Edge-to-Edge display”. Now another Chinese website tw.apple.pro has shown an image of the supposed part of the 5th generation iPhone which suggests a handset with a sliding screen cover and a hardware keyboard.
Google has released Official Google Translate, a free iPhone app. It is good news for the iPhone and iPad users out there who had to stick to the HTML5 web app the company offered. This new version has the Improved text input behaviour.