It seems like Microsoft is keeping busy working on some things that might spill over to the Windows Phone world. Â The new translator is one of the first in the world that translates your voice instantly to another language. Â The Video over at Gizmodo shows it in action. It demos the over sized voice translator change the spoken German words into English. The software runs on Bings translating service and it gives you the same results as if you were typing into your computer.Â
Now you might be wondering why does this connect to Windows Mobile, why is the sky blue, why am I asking this questions. This could easily be part of Windows Phones 7 Series, for example. Android devices use your voice to search for content and what not. Not only can this be part of our next gen OS, but it will support many languages thanks to Bing’s wide and growing database, and with that it will give us aÂ chance to connect with other people easier.
This is just something that shows the amount of effort Microsoft is putting into upgrading all their services, and with that 1Billion on mobile development, we can rest at night knowing that MS is thinking of a new way to “Integrate out life’s.”