29 Mar '13, 5pm

Ask Hackaday: Are we close to reinventing the keyboard for touchscreens?

Ask Hackaday: Are we close to reinventing the keyboard for touchscreens?

I tried typing in my name Although it first suggested Don, it went ahead and accepted Doug, when I continued to enter it. my last name is not as complicated as Szczys, but suggested more common name that is confused with it, but didn’t correct as I continued to enter it. I didn’t see a way to correct the suggestion, unless there was a backspace button to the left that wasn’t showing up here. I didn’t spend a lot of time looking as to how correct, but if that isn’t clearly evident it’s a fail. I assume this uses a library, if so one would have to teach it on every mobile device, another fail. Any requirement that requires a connection to th web to create a master library would be another fail for those who can’t afford unlimited data plans. I always keep think Morse to data, although it would require me to my Morse code knowledge. There where some old farts texting while dr...

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