In addition to English, Voice Search can now respond to questions in French, German, and Japanese.
You can now write characters in Hebrew, Arabic, Esperanto, Persian, Zulu, and several other languages.
Linguist John McWhorter offers up a lesson in how fantasy languages become real languages.
Duolingo eliminates the procrastinator's "no time" and "too costly" excuses by offering mobile language learning at no cost.
The app now plays in more countries and pushes people to follow more artists.
With 70 percent of its global audience living outside of the U.S., the video hosting platform introduces a new tool to make caption translations easier for video makers.
Google-backed initiative the Endangered Languages Project aims to help preserve the many languages slated to become extinct within the next 100 years.
Now people who speak German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Dutch can watch videos with automated captions.
The Web giant's translation service is deciphering more words in one day than all human translators produce in a year.
Typing in different languages on the Web can be as easy as clicking on a browser button. We'll show you how.