Swype’s new “living keyboard” doesn’t just predict, it learns

Swype’s new “living keyboard” doesn’t just predict, it learns

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New Swype, the text input interface now common on Android phones, just got a whole lot smarter. New owner Nuance Communications is updating Swype with the same sophisticated contextual language technologies it uses in its speech recognition products. The result is what Nuance is calling a “living keyboard” – one that...
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