Google’s week: Android malware, driverless car crash, and VR rumours

Google kept itself busy over the past seven days by adding features to its Translate app, introducing a new machine learning language and potentially preparing for the release of a new virtual reality (VR) headset. However, the company also had to deal with a crash involving one of its driverless cars and the discovery of yet another Android malware threat. Google adds streamlined features to Translate app for Android and iOS Google tweaked its Translate app to include several new features that make translation a more streamlined process for users of Android and iOS devices. The new features include an offline mode for the Translate app on iOS, Chinese language symbol translation for the app’s Word Lens feature, and the ability to carry out translations directly within third-party apps. Google…


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