Keyboards

Apple

Taika Watiti Slams Apple's Keyboards After Oscar Win

Apple keyboards make the Oscar-winning director "want to go back to PCs."

Style and Function: 7 Keyboards That Are Worth Buying

When you consider how much time we spend in front of our computers, having the best keyboard makes a lot of sense.

Google's Latest Patent Might Replace Your Laptop's Space Bar With a Giant Trackpad

With no space bar, where will all the astronauts hang out?

These Custom Keyboards Make Typing on Apple's iPhone and iPad Faster, Easier

Finally you can install a third-party keyboard onto your Apple mobile device. Here are the options that are available, and how to download them.

Rewriting the Smartphone Keyboard at Age 28

With his startup SwiftKey, Jon Reynolds is breathing new life into the act of typing on a keyboard.

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