Posts in keyboard

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

Innovation in Intelligence Driven Mobile Keyboards

Autocorrect, next word prediction, themes, emojis. Well, almost all mobile keyboards around can do all of that. Where’s the innovation? The keyboard is one of the most used mobile applications, is there one that can deliver a unique and exceptional user-experience? A disruptive and more importantly a useful technology is one that helps solve a… Read more »

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26 NOV 2015 xploree

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 Lipi will be available to […]

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25 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

Adaptxt College Spirit Keyboards | Android Headlines

Published on March 24, 2015 by Justin Diaz This won’t be the first time we’ve covered Adaptxt Keyboard, but the focus here is more so on the all new College Spirit themed keyboards than the actual keyboard app itself. Just like the original Adaptxt keyboard all of the College Spirit keyboards offer compatibility with 93 different languages, making it […]

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25 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

KeyPoint bets big on India, to hire 15 experts to ramp up R&D

NEW DELHI: Betting big on India, Scotland- based KeyPoint Technologies will hire 15 experts this year at its research and development facility in Hyderabad to enhance its virtual keyboard platform. The company, which offers the Adaptxt keyboard for smart devices, has about 100 engineers at its Hyderabad centre. “India is a very important market for […]

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23 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

Adaptxt now burning up the Fire tablets

Gizmolead is leading the way with our news that Adaptxt is now available on the third and fourth-generation Amazon Fire tablets. As the site notes, now users of Amazon’s tablets can take advantage of Adaptxt’s winning features, including region-specific suggestions, a personalized typing experience, the broadest language support with over 90 languages available, autocorrect and […]

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17 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

You can’t go home key again

The iPhone was noteworthy — and once controversial — for its lack of hardware keys. But some still yearn for those days when much of a phone’s surface was a sea of tiny buttons prepared to succumb to the thumb. With a workplace-unfriendly headline, Gizmodo’s Sean Hollister shares his experience with an add-on physical keyboard […]

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05 JAN 2015 Helene Anderson 0

The best of the biggest

It’s hard to remember that the original iPhone, with its 3.5-inch screen, was the largest display in the game when it debuted in 2007. No wonder the idea of typing on a screen was a hard sell back in the day. Nowadays, however, it’s rare to find a new smartphone with a screen size below […]

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29 NOV 2014 Helene Anderson 0

Adaptxt glides onto the thinnest iPad ever

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were the first new products from Apple to support Adaptxt, and they’re now joined by iPad Air 2 and iPad mini, which the company announced recently. The iPad Air 2 is Apple’s fastest and thinnest iPad ever. In fact, you can stack two of them and it will still […]

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26 NOV 2014 Helene Anderson 0

Text as a launcher

Through much of the 1970s and 1980s, people got things done on computers by entering text commands. That changed with the Macintosh and Microsoft Windows, which largely replaced text commands with their own interfaces (although both operating systems still support a command line). But with the release of a new tablet from Nokia came with […]

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25 NOV 2014 Helene Anderson 0