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Google Talk Now Features Real-Time Translation
Google's instant messaging program, Talk, now features real-time translation via twenty-three 'language bots' you can add to your group chats.
Google has been offering translation services for blocks of text (and, for that matter, entire websites) for quite some time, of course. While it's always been possible to use this service to translate your instant messages, it's hardly been practical: type response, translate, copy, paste into Google Talk, send, wait for reply, copy, paste into Google Translate, translate. The new 'bots' introduced by Google use a protocol called XMPP which is open to all, so if you fancy making your own Elven-to-Klingon translator now's your chance.
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