Posts in keyboards

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 »

The post Innovation in Intelligence Driven Mobile Keyboards appeared first on Xploree.

Read more

26 NOV 2015 xploree

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 […]

Read more

25 MAR 2015 Helene Anderson 0

Windows 10: keyboard apps on the horizon?

Alas, third-party keyboards are not (yet) supported on Windows Phone, but with the major changes Microsoft is making in Windows 10, anything seems like an opportunity. Windows 10 will replace Windows Phone on mobile devices from Microsoft and its partners; it will also, of course, work on laptops, desktops and even larger devices. The company […]

Read more

12 JAN 2015 Helene Anderson 0

A new flavor of typing in Lollipop

Google’s Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet are the first devices to use Lollipop, also known as Android 5.0. which was known as “Android-L” throughout its development. Lollipop is noteworthy for its introduction of Material Design, the new user interface design that Google is advocating for Android apps and the Web. However, there are […]

Read more

15 DEC 2014 Helene Anderson 0

The Force (of Themes) Awakens

Science fiction fans were thrilled when Disney recently unveiled the first trailers for the first new Star Wars film since 2005. Star Wars: The Force Awakens sees the return of many of the franchise’s favorite characters in the series’ epic battle between the light side and dark side of a power known as The Force. […]

Read more

12 DEC 2014 Helene Anderson 0

Tapping out a delicious breakfast

Software keyboards have carried the day when it comes to mobile text entry, but one must admit that they’re not very good breakfast items. That’s where the keyboard waffle iron comes in. The $175 unit makes extra-wide waffles with the slightly off grid that is characteristic of our favorite text entry device. Keyboard waffles lack […]

Read more

08 DEC 2014 Helene Anderson 0

The best in Belgium

ZDNet Belgium has selected Adaptxt as one of the best software keyboards for iOS 8. Author Noemie Six notes that the right keyboard can save time and autocorrect blunders. The article also notes that keyboards such as Adaptxt can help those moving over from Android to iOS (and vice versa, of course). The article points […]

Read more

19 NOV 2014 Helene Anderson 0

Predicting success with predictive keyboards

Lifehacker, a site devoted to personal productivity, has published a guide that explains how predictive keyboards work. For example, Adaptxt offers an expanded set of predicted words to maximize its success of picking the right word. The article outlines a host of tips that generically address how to improve the accuracy of the predictions they […]

Read more

13 NOV 2014 Helene Anderson 0

HP’s Sprout could be the future of the desktop

We now take software keyboards for granted on smartphones and tablets, and have even seen a laptop or two over the year ditch the keyboard, but the hardware keyboard has been a stalwart of the desktop experience. That has changed somewhat with the introduction of “portable all-in-ones” that have touch screens and can be used […]

Read more

13 NOV 2014 Helene Anderson 0