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Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard lets you draw letters on your smartwatch

Microsoft was quick to back Android Wear last month with the release of a new OneNote app, and the company is continuing to support Google’s smartwatches today with a new keyboard. Released as a prototype custom keyboard for Android Wear, Microsoft’s “analog keyboard” lets you enter text by drawing handwritten letters on a smartwatch screen. The keyboard supports square screens with a 320 x 320 resolution and the Moto 360, and you’re able to draw letters and even special characters and numbers freely.

The idea of a keyboard on a watch is still something that doesn’t appeal to everyone. Minuum and others have tried their own take, but voice input is still far more superior and easier to use. Google hasn’t built its own keyboard for…

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Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard lets you draw letters on your smartwatch

Microsoft was quick to back Android Wear last month with the release of a new OneNote app, and the company is continuing to support Google’s smartwatches today with a new keyboard. Released as a prototype custom keyboard for Android Wear, Microsoft’s “analog keyboard” lets you enter text by drawing handwritten letters on a smartwatch screen. The keyboard supports square screens with a 320 x 320 resolution and the Moto 360, and you’re able to draw letters and even special characters and numbers freely.

The idea of a keyboard on a watch is still something that doesn’t appeal to everyone. Minuum and others have tried their own take, but voice input is still far more superior and easier to use. Google hasn’t built its own keyboard for…

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Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard lets you draw letters on your smartwatch

Microsoft was quick to back Android Wear last month with the release of a new OneNote app, and the company is continuing to support Google’s smartwatches today with a new keyboard. Released as a prototype custom keyboard for Android Wear, Microsoft’s “analog keyboard” lets you enter text by drawing handwritten letters on a smartwatch screen. The keyboard supports square screens with a 320 x 320 resolution and the Moto 360, and you’re able to draw letters and even special characters and numbers freely.

The idea of a keyboard on a watch is still something that doesn’t appeal to everyone. Minuum and others have tried their own take, but voice input is still far more superior and easier to use. Google hasn’t built its own keyboard for…

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Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard lets you draw letters on your smartwatch

Microsoft was quick to back Android Wear last month with the release of a new OneNote app, and the company is continuing to support Google’s smartwatches today with a new keyboard. Released as a prototype custom keyboard for Android Wear, Microsoft’s “analog keyboard” lets you enter text by drawing handwritten letters on a smartwatch screen. The keyboard supports square screens with a 320 x 320 resolution and the Moto 360, and you’re able to draw letters and even special characters and numbers freely.

The idea of a keyboard on a watch is still something that doesn’t appeal to everyone. Minuum and others have tried their own take, but voice input is still far more superior and easier to use. Google hasn’t built its own keyboard for…

Continue reading…

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Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard lets you draw letters on your smartwatch

Microsoft was quick to back Android Wear last month with the release of a new OneNote app, and the company is continuing to support Google’s smartwatches today with a new keyboard. Released as a prototype custom keyboard for Android Wear, Microsoft’s “analog keyboard” lets you enter text by drawing handwritten letters on a smartwatch screen. The keyboard supports square screens with a 320 x 320 resolution and the Moto 360, and you’re able to draw letters and even special characters and numbers freely.

The idea of a keyboard on a watch is still something that doesn’t appeal to everyone. Minuum and others have tried their own take, but voice input is still far more superior and easier to use. Google hasn’t built its own keyboard for…

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Microsoft Builds A Mobile Keyboard For iOS, Android And Windows

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 8.27.07 AM Microsoft has built a universal hardware keyboard for the three operating systems that have large global market share: iOS, Android, and Windows. The new piece of metal, called the ‘Universal Mobile Keyboard,’ will be available in October. The device marks the continuance of the company’s cross-platform efforts, but in something of a new way: The keyboard is hardware, made… Read More

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Glympse’s Android keyboard lets you share your location from any app

It’s not hard to share your whereabouts from your phone, but you usually have to dive into specific apps to do it; what if your friends on a new social network want to know that you’re nearby? That’s when Glympse’s new Keyboard app for Android may…

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A GIF is worth a thousand words thanks to an iOS custom keyboard

Admittedly there are some things better said with a GIF than with words. But the folks behind PopKey seem to think that everything can be said better with a short looped animation. The app is a custom keyboard for iOS 8 that swaps letters and numbers…

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Only Stephen Fry can make a keyboard sound profoundly life-changing

SwiftKey is finally coming to the iPhone. This is hugely important to the company, to its avid users, and to the very fabric of linguistics. Just watch this video narrated by Stephen Fry to dispel any doubts about the life-altering effects of having a slidey keyboard add-on for your phone.

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WTF Is That?!: Kentucky Fried Chicken Keyboard & Mouse

kfc-keyboard-and-mouse.jpg This is the Kentucky Fried Chicken keyboard and mouse (technically a chicken) created by KFC in Japan as part of some sort of social media promotion. Apparently somebody is going to win all these peripherals by tweeting a special hashtag or something. Then they will immediately go up for auction on eBay where they belong. Eventually, someone who collects KFC memorabilia will buy it, and it will become one of the highlights of their collection, second only to the giant spinning chicken bucket from one of the old signs and a tuft of the Colonel’s beard. Keep going for as hot of the fried chicken USB drive.

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