It took almost 20 years, but Microsoft has finally developed an ergonomic keyboard you won’t be embarrassed to use.
The best Android keyboard just got better.
Guest Post Mobile keyboard are due for a change. We look at three different ways the keyboard may evolve in the near future.
If Android users want to make their iPhone-toting friends jealous, they need only point to SwiftKey, an alternative keyboard which uses semantic analysis and text prediction.
SwiftKey is one of many alternative keyboards available to Android phone and tablet users — and today it’s adding one of the features of its biggest competitors, Swype.
To upgrade its Android keyboard, TouchType Ltd. drew on the combined linguistic intelligence of the entire online universe.
It sure would be handy if this darn MacBook Air had a backlit keyboard. We’re writing today from the disco-dark ballroom of the Palace Hotel in San Francisco during MobileBeat 2011. But soon enough, it may no longer be a problem for the Air.