- Google's translation tool to translate text and websites

About provides translation options, produced by state-of-the-art technology, without the involvement of human translators. Google's research group has developed its own statistical translation system for the language pairs now available on - Translation Made Easy

At you can enter words, phrases or sentences in any language and translate them from one language to another. The option for languages available can be seen in the drop down menu available at also allows you to translate entire websites and documents. By entering the URL of the webpage you wish to translate at, you will get the entire page in the language you require. Documents can be uploaded at for them to be changed into another language as well. Services can also help you with translated searches. You can search for a particular topic in a particular language, which will then return website results to you translated back into the language you wish to see them in. also provides code which can be inserted into your own website's code, to make your website available in other languages. One of many Google products and services

Google has developed -- and acquired -- a wide range of fun and useful things for people to use on the Internet, including:

  • -- Free web-based email
  • Google Search -- Use keywords to search for web pages, web sites and documents
  • Image Search -- Use keywords to search for images
  • Video Search -- Use keywords to search for videos on the web
  • YouTube -- A site for watching and sharing video clips, for free; acquired by Google in 2006
  • Google Maps -- If it has an address, you can locate it on Google Maps, zoom in closer, find directions to and from, and see street photos of your searched location.
  • -- A portal to news, weather, a calendar and more, can be personalized to anyone's taste
  • -- Translate text, web pages and documents between more than 40 languages
  • Picasa -- Upload photos to web albums, editthem, share them.
  • Blogger -- Create a blog with easy-to-use software.
  • Google Chrome -- A web browser developed by Google.
  • Google Earth -- Allows people to view any place on earth in three dimensions, using satellite images and modeling technology.
  • Nexus One -- A smart phone released in January 2010 that competes with Apple's iPhone.
  • SketchUp -- Software for creating 3D sketches on your computer.
  • AdSense -- Google's advertising platform. AdSense places ads alongside search results and beside Gmail. The ads match what people are searching for in Google's search engine or what they're writing about or viewing in Gmail.

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