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Creating delightful experiences through the science of human expression

While KPT keeps applying its core skills, knowledge and experience in linguistics through technology, we realised we needed to re-define our company’s vision to reflect recent challenges and achievements. With an ever expanding library of new words and several non-textual artefacts that mobile device users may be taking for granted, KPT is striving to let […]

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29 DEC 2015 Keypoint Technologies 0

Cherish the Change – The future belongs to those who are one step ahead

We at KPT have historically focused on text input, which has been reflected in our original vision statement: We combine the best of linguistics and technology to provide individuals and businesses worldwide with innovative, cost-effective and adaptive solutions for input and beyond. Text input used to be the main focus of all the players; however, […]

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26 NOV 2015 Keypoint Technologies 0

A smarter way to let brands connect with the mobile users

BANGALORE, INDIA: KeyPoint Technologies (KPT), today announced the launch of ‘Xploree’, a search and discovery platform for Android devices that connects mobile users to the most relevant brands and services across search, messenger and other platforms without exiting the current conversation app. Xploree has emerged as an intelligent, user-initiated and hyper-contextual Search and Discovery platform in […]

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11 JUN 2015 Helene Anderson 0

Xploree by KeyPoint Technologies on InTech50′s Top Indian Start-ups List

Posted by TechInAsia: Meet the 50 software product startups from India pitching to global CIOs this week by Malavika Velayanikal “India has been called the back office of the world, with large IT services companies like Infosys, TCS, and Wipro serving global corporations. But a new wave of software product startups – such as CRM software […]

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14 APR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

NCAA Championship Spotlight: Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Badgers marched to another Big Ten title and a No. 1 seed for March Madness. Then they pulled off the seemingly impossible by knocking off undefeated Kentucky in the Final Four, marking one of the biggest wins in school history. Senior big man Frank Kaminsky also collected multiple Player of the Year awards […]

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07 APR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

NCAA Championship Spotlight: Duke

The Duke Blue Devils dispatched all challengers in the NCAA tournament to claim the 2015 national championship. And that’s no surprise, as they have been one of the most successful teams in the sport under coach Mike Krzyzewski, who just guided the program to a fifth title in the last 25 years. When you’ve had […]

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07 APR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

AOC launches two smartphones and a tablet with Adaptxt

AOC, long known as a high-quality display company, has launched two smartphones and a tablet with 3G calling capabilities for the Indian market. The 4-inch E40 includes a dual core processor, a 1,600mAh battery, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM Radio while the 6-inch M601 steps things up with a faster processor and a microSD slot for […]

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27 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

India’s First Soft Keyboard on Android Devices

KeyPoint Technologies, world leader in linguistics and user-interface technology, has introduced India’s first Indic keyboard, Lipi, on Android devices. Lipi supports 25 major Indic languages and 11 transliterated languages like Hinglish, Marathinglish, Punglish, Banglish, etc., which will empower local audience to communicate in their preferred dialect. To download Lipi free of cost, visit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kpt.adaptxt.lipi. Lipi will be available to […]

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25 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

KeyPoint Technologies in the Forefront of Mobile Technology

National and International Events Bring Visibility to Innovations in Mobile Technology “The Indian smartphone market is becoming the next important market for growth, and competition among vendors is gaining steam. India accounted for 7% of global smartphone shipments in 2014, and that share will rise to 15% in 2020.” – BusinessInsider Report Indian companies like […]

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25 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

Dear Microsoft, let it go

At TechCrunch, writer Ron Miller details Microsoft’s keyboard obsession in light of the Surface tablet, the signature accessory of which has been its magnetic keyboard. It’s difficult to say whether that add-on has hurt or helped the Surface. The fortunes of the product have seemed to depend more upon backward compatibility. That said, the company […]

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25 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0