Tag Archive: Keyboard


Keyboard and vital-tracking Moto Mods launching later in 2018

Motorola’s ‘Transform the Smartphone Challenge’ is also making a return.

Last year, Motorola launched its first “Transform the Smartphone Challenge” in which people from all around the world could submit ideas for their own Moto Mod and have the chance to get it manufactured and sold in stores across the globe. In 2018, consumers will be able to buy the first two Moto Mods created through the challenge – the Lenovo Vital Moto Mod and Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto  [Read More…]

Keyboards are in: Motorola is bringing a keyboard Moto Mod to the market later this year

When Moto Mods were first introduced, we saw a completely new and unique take on modularity with our smartphones. Although some thought this was just a gimmick that would only last one iteration of devices, Motorola and Lenovo proved everyone wrong and has continued to release new Mods. At CES 2018, while Motorola isn’t introducing […]

Fingers-on with the new and weird Vital and Keyboard Moto Mods

The latest Mods for the Moto Z line bring a slide-out keyboard and blood pressure monitoring to the party.

Motorola’s not backing away from the Moto Mod ecosystem, adding a mini slide-out keyboard and a health monitor to the line-up of capability enhancing add-ons for the Moto Z. We got to try out the two newest: the Lenovo Vital Moto Mod and the Livermorium Slider Keyboard Moto Mod.

Lenovo Vital Moto Mod

More and more we’re seeing health tools  [Read More…]

Gemini PDA is a crazy dual-booting hybrid with a mechanical keyboard

It’s a phone. It’s a mini laptop Honestly it’s bizarre and I can’t stop staring at it.

There are two kinds of phone nerds in the world today — those old enough to remember lusting after PDAs so you could have a computer with you at all times, and people who weren’t alive before Wi-Fi existed everywhere. For the PDA folks out there, this is a throwback you’re going to want to see for yourself. It’s a  [Read More…]

Connect Anker’s compact Bluetooth keyboard to your phone for $19

Freshen up your desk space with some new accessories by Anker

Anker’s ultra compact Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard is now on sale at Amazon for just $ 18.99 when you enter promo code ANKERKYB at checkout. This deal saves you $ 5 off its regular price.

This slim keyboard has a rechargeable battery that lasts for six months between charges (based on two hours of use per day). It can be used with your smartphone, tablet or computer  [Read More…]

Nokia might be working on a phone with a QWERTY keyboard

An interesting rumor just surfaced online fueling dreams of a Nokia e6 comeback. You see according to an anonymous tipster Nokia could be in the process of working on a handset with a QWERTY keyboard à la BlackBerry. According to the information, the BlackBerry-inspired Nokia phone will allegedly feature a 3.3-inch display with 480 x […]

Grammarly virtual keyboard is now available on Android

Grammarly’s virtual keyboard for Android is here to help make you a better writer.

If you find yourself doing any extensive amount of writing on your computer, chances are you’ve used Grammarly before. Grammarly is a tool that works with your web browser and word-processing app of choice to help catch any grammatical or spelling errors your built-in spell-checker might miss, and as the News Editor for Android Central, it’s something that I use every single day  [Read More…]

BlackBerry KEYone now available to order online in QWERTY, QWERTZ or AZERTY keyboard layouts!

It’s now easier to get a KEYone with custom keyboard layouts!

As the BlackBerry KEYone continues to be released into new markets, the folks at BlackBerry Mobile have now officially opened up its online shop in Europe. Customers looking to get their hands on a BlackBerry KEYone can now order the device online directly in their choice of QWERTY, QWERTZ or AZERTY keyboard layouts and charger variants.

In addition to device options, some great BlackBerry KEYone  [Read More…]

10 essential Chromebook keyboard shortcuts you need to know

Getting to know your Chromebook’s keyboard can save time and make you more productive.

If you’re one of those people who want to keep their hands on the keyboard when they’re sitting in front of a computer — I know I am — then you need to check out the keyboard shortcuts built into your Chromebook.

There are over 100 different things you can do with the keys alone. You can access menus, start apps, switch between  [Read More…]

Sticker Market: Emoji Keyboard lets you get creative while you chat (Review)

Overview If you like to spice up your online conversation with creative stickers and GIFs, then you’ll be glad to know there are dedicated apps out there which offer access to entire libraries of fun stickers. This is the case of Sticker Market: Emoji Keyboard, a fun little app designed to replace your standard keyboard […]