Google launched an experimental new feature last night that translates any emails not written in your native language, into your native language.
Gmail's got a new tool in its labs section that lets you quickly translate e-mail messages in other languages.
The service can now translate user comments, no matter what language you're in. It can even take multiple comments in several languages and unify them.
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Developers can now tap Microsoft to translate their Web page in such a way that users don't have to leave the Web site.
Apple's personal computers are taking an ever-increasing share of the academic market, which should translate into rising market share in the larger computer market.
A new language application for the iPhone and iPod Touch speaks translations back to you.
Google has added seven new languages to Google Translate. Google Health is also more user-friendly than Microsoft's HealthVault.
The search giant's product for customers' in-house search now can translate search queries. It's an experimental option for now.
Now you can subscribe to an RSS feed in any language and Google Reader will automatically translate it for you.