Google is looking to use its voice-search capabilities to help people translate words into other languages.
Google is building a new device that uses a variety of Google search queries to translate the words from English to Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese, Turkish, and other languages, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The device is still in development, but Google has said that it will eventually have voice-recognition capabilities in place that are similar to the ones used by Amazon.
The company is testing the device out with a group of people, but it’s not clear whether or not it will be able to recognize the spoken English translations of the words.
The translation process is not that different from that of a computer, so it’s unclear how useful this technology will be.
Google’s search engine has historically been an important part of its user experience.
But in recent years, it has become increasingly hard to find useful information in its search results.
That’s led to some companies making the decision to ditch Google search in favor of more generic alternatives like Bing or Microsoft’s Cortana.
Google has been working to address the problems of search by improving its search experience and expanding its search capabilities.
The search engine’s algorithms are improving, but users are still frustrated by the search results they see, as well as the speed of the results.
It’s not as if Google is being slow to respond to its users, as the company has been able to speed up the results of its searches on its own for years.
But this device could give users a way to experience Google search even if they don’t know how to speak the language, and the fact that it can translate the answers could help Google continue to offer more personalized search to its user base.
Google already offers a translation feature in its app, and users can use the device to type in their desired words.
This new translation feature could help to address a few of the frustrations that have plagued users in the past.