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The world’s first offline translator Airbud released

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

22nd Jul, 2020. 06:32 pm
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The world's first offline translator Airbud released

The world’s first offline translator has been created with headphones that can now translate well into many languages while offline.

The Airbud translator is called Time Kettle Two, which has been under research since 2017. Now it can translate from English to Chinese, Japanese, French and Korean without any internet connection.

Similarly, this AirBud translator is capable of translating six languages ​​into English.

In addition, with the Wi-Fi or cell phone network, Time Kettle 2 is capable of translating into 93 languages ​​and dialects.

The sources said that you can also receive phone calls on these earbuds for which an app has been created.

Whether the speaker is fast or slow, its special sensor senses all the words and sends them into its software and translates them.

It makes you feel like you’re talking to people who speak different languages ​​of the world in a natural way.

By increasing its sensitivity, you can also listen to the words of the people around you by translating them into your own language.

The interesting thing about this Airbud is that when it was tested on news and movies in different languages, it offered the most accurate translation.

Earlier, the latest data revealed by the Chinese government, the shipments of smartphones in June fell 16% in China as compared to the previous year.

The numbers show that China’s smartphone demand remains lukewarm given the country ‘s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, boding badly for Apple and its local rivals such as Huawei.

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