Google Assistant is coming to Google Maps

Google unveils instant language translator that lets people hold conversations in real time

Google Assistant Now Lets You Check Into Flights with Your Voice

However, Android phones will still make up the majority of Google Assistant's install base.

Google Home speakers and Smart Displays will soon have access to a new Google Assistant ability called Interpreter Mode.

In a demonstration at the Las Vegas exhibit, Google showed how its new Interpreter feature can be used to break down language barriers in real-time conversations.

Then, each person in the conversation can take turns speaking in their own language, and Google Assistant will read out the correct translation. But Interpreter Mode is better still, because it allows both people to benefit from Google's translation abilities.

The flight check-in works if you have a flight confirmation in your Gmail. Device owners can expect to see Interpreter Mode arrive some time in the next few weeks. Google are TODAY starting to roll out new functionality while navigating in Google Maps. Capstone has a new smart mirror that has the Google Assistant included, but there's no word on pricing or availability yet. The company has also created a small world-styled ride at its booth.

'With just your voice, you'll be able to share your ETA with friends and family, reply to text messages, play music and podcasts, search for places along your route, add a new stop and auto-punctuate your message, ' Google said in a statement.

The update, which will be available to iOS and Android users, means that you will be able to control navigation with your voice, making it easier than ever to navigate hands-free.

Google Home is the Mountain View firm's smart speaker solution that comes in a variety of models.

If users have an event on their calendar, the Smart Clock will also display alerts reminding users what they have going on that day.

Banking on the same, the American tech giant is justifying its presence at this year's trade show by announcing number of stuffs.

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