Google's interpreter tool rolls out, Lyft enters car rental game
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Google is rolling out its interpreter mode to Google Assistant.
It allows two people to carry on a conversation while speaking different languages to use it.
Activate google assistant and say something like help me speak Italian.
Use speak a phrase into the phone and the audio plays in the other language.
Interpreter works with 44 languages.
There's a new player in car rentals and it's Lyft.
Booking a car is done through the Lyft app.
You select a car and then you get a Lyft ride to and from the rental lot.
The new service is available now in the Bay area and Los Angeles to select users.
Netflix is testing discounted long-term membership pricing in India.
Signing up for three months?
Get a 20% discount.
A six-month deal translates to a 30% discount.
A one-year plan would get you 50% off.
A Netflix spokesperson said this is a test and we will only introduce it more broadly if people find it useful.
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