Keyboard

  • Why Microsoft bought a lot more than a keyboard with SwiftKey

    Microsoft’s Technology and Research division have made their first acquision, SwiftKey. The company is best known for their Android and iOS apps, which have amassed hundreds of millions of users. When the news first broke, many failed to understand why Microsoft would by a 3rd party keyboard app. Microsoft...
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    Review: Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard

    Microsoft has been making keyboards for more than 20 years so when they release a new design, it’s worth taking a look. From a company that makes it’s own software, it’s unique to consider they’d make a hardware device that would support not one, but two competitor’s operating systems....
  • Is Apple planning to manufacture a ‘convertible’ MacBook?

    It isn’t exactly a secret that Apple have had seemingly little interest in manufacturing and marketing a notebook or desktop with a display assembly that– out-of-the-box — accepts touch input. However, a patent application submitted by Apple which was approved by the US Patent & Trademark Office recently says otherwise....
  • Forget about the Touch Cover on Surface

    The invite only event for journalists not only had a presentation from the head of Microsoft Australia – Pip Marlow, but also provided a chance to get hands-on with some brand new Windows 8 hardware. Those of you who have pre-ordered will be acutely aware that Surface tablets aren’t...
  • Browse the web on your Xbox using IE, coffee table keyboard still required

    Xbox spokesman Major Nelson today announced the public availability of the new Xbox 360 Dashboard update. Some of us we lucky enough to be in the preview program and have had the chance to use the new features over the past couple of months. The biggest feature by far...
  • Review: Microsoft Arc Keyboard and Mouse

    Keyboard The Microsoft Arc Keyboard is unique in its styling and configuration. The name arc comes from the keyboards arc shape, curing up in the center which has 2 benefits, the first is that it’s supposed to match the natural configuration of the human hands, as well as being...
  • Microsoft Arc keyboard gets Aus release date, pricing.

      Perhaps not the best day to launch a tech product, April 1st has been confirmed as the release date for Microsoft’s Arc Keyboard. Australian pricing will be $79.95. Seemingly the ideal keyboard for sitting on the couch, strangely misses out on the little green Media Centre button. Shame,...