Translate text on the fly Video
Use "accelerators" to map, translate, or search highlighted text from a Web page.
Looking for an even faster way to copy and paste text across your computer? With AutoClipX, it's as simple as clicking the mouse. Veronica has more on today's Tekzilla Daily.
The FBI wants your ISP to track you, Google may be getting real-time speech translations, and a new government campaign will send you free texts about your pregnancy.
Apple shows interest in creating a cable box, Sony won't back out of the e-reader battle, and Google helps you translate text with a snap of a photo.
At the Web 2.0 Summit, Intel CEO Paul Otellini demos an unnamed handheld device in early development. The always-connected device uses a "smart" camera to translate Chinese text into English almost instantly, and gain product information and reviews when hovering over a toy sale. There is no release date set for the device.
Was something lost in translation? 250 miles on a single charge?
Harness the power of the "Send To" menu, and send files anywhere with a right-click of the mouse!
At CES 2008, Michelle Thatcher takes a look at this instant translation software and tests its translation skills.
Skip the tedium of clicking the Start button and mousing over to "System Shutdown" in Windows. Turn off Windows like a pro and use a simple key combo instead.
Get to all your Gmail attachments with a click of the mouse. Veronica Belmont shows you how to set it up in today's Tekzilla Daily.