/// From QWERTY to Quirky: New Ways to Type
[ See post to watch video ] I’ll admit it: I still use a BlackBerry. I also use an iPhone and an Android phone, but I don’t mind being teased by friends when I need to crank out a long email in seconds, because the BlackBerry keyboard is still the best. My thumbs can speed along on its tactile keys without forcing me to look down as I walk, and it never makes an embarrassing word change using autocorrect. But really, typing on glass keyboards—like those found on iPhones, Android phones and Windows Phones—should be much easier by now. This week I took a look at a few technologies that gave me hope.
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From QWERTY to Quirky: New Ways to Type
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