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Google Assistant multi-language support rolls out for 6 languages

So far, we've seen a lot of great devices at IFA 2018. The Sony Xperia XZ3, BlackBerry KEY2 LE, ZTE Axon 9, and Honor Play, to name a few. But Google doesn't want to be forgotten. The company has announced a big new feature for Google Assistant that makes it possible to understand multiple languages...

Language Navi translates foreign language apps without root [Giveaway]

Have you ever found a cool application that you wished was available in your own language? If your answer is yes, Language Navi has your back. The app helps you translate any application to any language that Google Translate supports. It works on-the-fly and you don't need root or any kind of system modifications. It...

Google Home now speaks Spanish and is available in Mexico

Many have criticized Google for launching new products and services in a limited number of regions (mainly the United States). It would make sense that a global company has at least a handful of countries prepped for new launches, but that is rarely the case for Google. The company has slowly expanded the locations where...

Google Translate offline translations are about to get way better with machine learning

Google began their foray into the AI and machine intelligence sectors thanks to the computing power they're able to leverage in the company's data centers. This worked out great as it allowed people all around the world to see how beneficial it was without needing to invest in new hardware. This was when they started...

Facebook Launches Messenger Platform 2.1 With Built-In Natural Language Processing

When we talk about social networks, it is difficult to not include Facebook in that conversation. After all, for most people on the Internet, Facebook is the very definition of a social network, one that they use to communicate and keep in touch with long lost friends on the other side of the world as...

Google Launches “Actions on Google” Developer Platform for Google Assistant

When Google took the stage on October 4th to unveil the highly anticipated Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, many users were thrilled at the apparent renewed attention that Google was giving to their hardware line-up. However, if one were to pay attention to the plethora of other products and services announced at the Google Event, it's...