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Forget QWERTY, The KALQ Keyboard Will Make Touchscreen Typers 33% Faster

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Smartphone and tablet typists are being urged to abandon the qwerty keyboard layout for a new design it's claimed will make them more than a third faster. Researchers at the University of St Andrews have developed a keyboard for handheld touchscreens called KALQ that allows typing 34 per cent faster....
Forget QWERTY, The KALQ Keyboard Will Make Touchscreen Typers 33% Faster

RIM Launches Next-Generation BlackBerry Z10, Announces Corporate Rebranding

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Research in Motion today announced its next-generation smartphone, the Z10. RIM also announced a corporate rebranding, officially changing the name of the company to BlackBerry. All four U.S. carriers are expected to carry the Z10, shipping in March and starting at $199 with a two-year contract. Walt Mossberg, reviewing the...
RIM Launches Next-Generation BlackBerry Z10, Announces Corporate Rebranding

Asus PadFone, tablet Station get imported stateside courtesy of Negri Electronics, yours for $860

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Having to fiddle with a separate Android tablet and smartphone and a laptop just won't cut it? You might be eager to get your mitts the ASUS PadFone if that's your sentiment, but folks in the US won't be exactly find these at their local Best Buy. Still, despite...
Asus PadFone, tablet Station get imported stateside courtesy of Negri Electronics, yours for $860

SwiftKey Flow keyboard takes the fight to Swype with predictive gestures (video)

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SwiftKey must be keen to finish its bout with Swype, as it just went for the knockout. It's launching SwiftKey Flow, an extension of its Android keyboard that blends SwiftKey's familiar word prediction with the hold-and-swipe gestures we most commonly associate with the company's arch-rival. Speed-minded typists now just...
SwiftKey Flow keyboard takes the fight to Swype with predictive gestures (video)

Inside the Oracle vs. Google courtroom: questions, code, and a file cabinet

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The infringement trial between Oracle and Google kicked off last week at the Phillip Burton Federal Building in San Francisco, and it's already featured appearances from Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, Google co-founder Larry Page, and an array of other witnesses. We've covered the strategy of both companies, but what...
Inside the Oracle vs. Google courtroom: questions, code, and a file cabinet

Nuance's Swype Android Keyboard Finally Hits Google Play

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Looking to getting into the hands of more people, Nuance announced today that its Swype virtual keyboard for Android will be available from the Google Play store starting Wednesday. The introductory price is 99 cents, and there’s also a free 30-day trial version. Swype, which first debuted on the Windows...
Nuance's Swype Android Keyboard Finally Hits Google Play

Nuance brings Swype keyboard to Google Play for $0.99, adds Dragon mobile, dialect support, and more

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Swype, the learning keyboard application is now available for Android devices. For the first time, the app can be downloaded from the Google Play store on smartphones and tablet devices enabling anyone to use this digital keyboard that’s been used by more than 500 million users worldwide. Acquired by Nuance...
Nuance brings Swype keyboard to Google Play for $0.99, adds Dragon mobile, dialect support, and more

Thumbs Up As Researchers Develop New Tablet-Friendly Keyboard, The KALQ

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Two thumbs good, eight fingers bad. A joint effort by three educational establishments has created a smart new keyboard for mobile devices. The KALQ keyboard--so named because of the sequence of letters on the bottom right of the screen--uses a person's thumbs to key in the letters, making it...
Thumbs Up As Researchers Develop New Tablet-Friendly Keyboard, The KALQ

BlackBerry BB10 and Z10: review roundup

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Many on the internet think the BB10 handset offers enticing features - but will non-users and former users be keen?Thorsten Heins, chief of the now-renamed BlackBerry, launched the BB10 software and Z10 touchscreen handset to a world audience, in a move widely seen as BlackBerry's last roll of the dice:...
BlackBerry BB10 and Z10: review roundup

New Swiftkey 3 removes the need for spacebar

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Noneedforspaces Swiftkey has announced the launch of a new version of Swiftkey, the popular Android keyboard, that promises to make typing on the go even easier. The crux of the new app, Swiftkey 3, now compensates for when you don't hit the space key, automatically inserting spaces and correcting...
New Swiftkey 3 removes the need for spacebar
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