Google's latest earphones
can also translate languages
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Google has launched its first pair of
wireless headphones featuring real time language translation from Google
The headphones, called Google Pixel Buds, connect to an Android or Google
Pixel smartphone, connecting to the voice-controlled Google Assistant to
make phone calls, play music or even understand other languages.
The translation software allows users to both listen to and speak in foreign
languages using their smartphone. For listening services, holding down the
earbud will translate another language into the user's chosen language.
They can also use the Google Assistant to speak other languages using the
Google Translate app. By pressing the earbud and saying "let me speak
Italian", users will be able to talk in English and their smartphone
speakers will automatically translate into Italian.
The Google Assistant and Earbuds will initially support 40 languages