By week's end, the Android and iOS app will offer instant translation in a total of 27 languages.
Technically Incorrect: In Brazil, a religious group creates Facegloria, where instead of "liking," you click "amen."
The company's Android product head says Google has prototypes of a device that will one day erase language barriers.
The update also adds new emojis and support for seven additional languages.
Unfamiliar with a new phrase in another language? Now it's possible to get near-instant translation from like-minded social translators using the app.
The general release, now available in the Google Play Store, incorporates user-interface changes, as well as performance, stability, localization and accessibility tweaks.
Along with the update to Mac OS X Yosemite, Apple released iOS 8.3 adding new characters to the emoji keyboard along with several fixes and performance improvements.
After over a century with its unique genus status declared null, the Brontosaurus has been officially declared distinct from Apatosaurus.
Letting more people test software before its final release helps Apple find bugs faster -- and potentially nip bigger problems in the bud, too.
The latest example of a trend sweeping the Continent: Make the company pay for the right to use links, story snippets in Google News.