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All you need to do to check-in is say "Hey Google, check in to my flight", and Assistant will take care of the rest.

Google Assistant might be pretty much a standard option for Android phones, but Google found another way to extend its reach.

Google is making a lot of interesting announcements at CES this year, mainly with regards to the Google Assistant. The list of supported languages hasn't been provided yet, but gradually most widely spoken languages should be available in interpreter mode.

The feature is also one of the best reasons yet to invest in a smart display, like the Google Home Hub.

The concept is similar to Google's Pixel Buds, the $159 ear buds Google launched in 2017 that can provide real-time translations in your ears. Once checked in, you can get your boarding pass right in Assistant's interface, then continue on your way to an overbooked flight where you'll undoubtedly be forcibly removed from the plane, resulting in what could be a very lucrative settlement.

As well, Google is piloting the new feature at Dream Downtown in New York City and Hyatt Regency in San Francisco.

Additionally, and still within the travel theme, Google is rolling out Interpreter Mode over the next few weeks to Google Home and Smart Display devices.

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Google built a sprawling amusement park-style ride to demonstrate how its AI Assistant can be used in the home and on the go to make daily tasks easier.

Now, Google Maps users on iOS and Android will be able to ask for navigation assistance with their voice. You will also have access to the usual set of Google Assistant features.

Anker today announced a new addition to its Roav lineup of in-car tech - the Roav Bolt. Existing Wi-Fi-connected speakers will be issued a software update enabling them to be recognized by the Assistant, so you can tell your Google Home Mini to play music in the living room. Additionally, Google Assistant will also alert if your flight is ready for Web check-in.

Additionally, the Google Assistant is getting a new feature for the Philips Hue bulb that is aimed at helping you wake up.

For hotel booking, you can instruct Assistant to "book the Cambria Hotel in NY on January 12th,". Initially, the support will be limited to domestic flights of the United Airlines, but the company hopes to add more airlines and flights soon.

It rolled out new integrations with Google Maps, where users can operate the app hands-free with just their voice.

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