Tag Archive: Keyboard

Chrome OS stable channel update brings physical keyboard autocorrection and more

Google has started rolling out an update to the stable channel for Chrome OS that brings a bug fixes, security updates, and a few notable features.

The update brings Chrome OS up to version 43.0.2357.81 and adds a few new features such as autofill for credit card info stored in Google Wallet, physical keyboard autocorrection, and always-on voice search on the new Chromebook Pixel.

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Sunrise calendar app now adds easy scheduling with a new keyboard

The first major change to Sunrise Calendar since its acquisition from Microsoft is an interesting one to say the least. In order to make scheduling easier, the app now comes equipped with its own calendar keyboard to schedule appointments on the fly.

There is a new feature called “Meet” that basically changes your devices keyboard so that you can at an instance see what appointments are available without having to change apps. The app goes as far as letting you  [Read More…]

Swiftkey releases new Clarity keyboard as part of it Greenhouse program.

Swiftkey is one of our personal, hands down, favorite keyboards. With its great theme market, fantastic autocorrect, and just overall great functionality, it’s easy to see why. Though it knows that not everyone has the same needs and all others, so today they are releasing a new keyboard that takes a different approach than its current offering, by introducing the Clarity keyboard.

Clarity is different from Swiftkey in one main way, the way that it autocorrects your words. While  [Read More…]

SwiftKey updates Clarity Keyboard Beta with fix for crashes on Samsung devices, more

Swiftkey has updated its recently-released Clarity Keyboard Beta today with some fixes for a couple of particularly nasty bugs.

The specific bugs addressed by SwiftKey in this update relate to crashing that would occur on startup when using the keyboard on Samsung devices, as well as a particularly annoying bug that would cause all of the keys to stack up on one another.

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SwiftKey launches ‘Greenhouse’ endeavor with new Clarity keyboard

SwiftKey Greenhouse is a new place for the keyboard firm’s experimental apps — the first of which brings even smarter autocorrect.

The company behind popular keyboard app SwiftKey has announced a new hub for experimental software projects, dubbed SwiftKey Greenhouse. Greenhouse is designed to showcase work-in-progress ideas from the SwiftKey team, which may or may not end up seeing a wider release. The idea, the firm says, is to plant experiments here and see what they  [Read More…]

A quick look at the Logitech Keys-To-Go ultraportable keyboard

Keyboards haven’t yet outlived their usefulness, and Logitech continues to make some of the best for adding a little something extra to your tablet. Here we’ve got a quick look at the Logitech Keys-To-Go. It’s a ridiculously thin keyboard for tablets. The one we have here is technically marketed for Android and Windows — it’s got a telltale Windows key as well — but it’ll work with iOS, too. (If you just have to have one sans  [Read More…]

Google releases new Handwriting Input keyboard with support for 82 languages

Google has released a new handwriting keyboard for Android devices today, fittingly called “Google Handwriting Input.”

Google Handwriting Input works with devices running Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3) and up, and supports input in both print and cursive writing in a pretty staggering 82 languages — presumably simplifying things from the current system of having separate Google keyboards for handwriting-centric languages.

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Keys-To-Go is Logitech’s latest Android keyboard and is available now for $69.99.

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Logitech is one of the largest names where PC and mobile accessories are concerned due to their high attention to detail and craftsmanship. To keep up with that reputation, Logitech today released their Keys-To-Go for Android devices which promises to be the “perfect partner for on-the-go typing “. The Key-To-Go is thin at 6.1 mm, and weighs only 180 grams. It  [Read More…]

The Logitech Keys-To-Go keyboard for Android is small enough to fit in a purse

Logitech has announced plans to launch a version of its Keys-To-Go portable keyboard for Android devices later in April for $ 69.99.

The Keys-To-Go keyboard was previously released for iOS products, but now Logitech is offering a version of the accessory that will work with both Android and Windows devices.

Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth Keyboard review

Today we are taking a look at the Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth keyboard. As you may recall, we reviewed the BK1003E a few weeks back and now we are moving onto the keyboards younger sibling, the BK1002E. As with all of Inatecks products, the BK1002E demonstrates that quality does not have to be directly correlated with price.


Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth Keyboard

The BK1002E keeps the same overall look as the BK1003E but instead of the black design  [Read More…]