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TouchPal keyboard for Windows 8 brings gesture typing

TouchPal keyboard for Windows 8 brings gesture typing

When it comes to gesture based typing we often think of Android. Some of the apps for Android include Swype, TouchPal and now the default keyboard in Android 4.2. But on that note, it looks like TouchPal has recently released an app for another platform -- Windows 8. The one catch, the keyboard is not yet available from the Windows Store. UPDATE: This app is now available in the Windows Store - go out and grab it!

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Kyocera Event hits Virgin Mobile prepaid

Kyocera Event hits Virgin Mobile prepaid

Virgin Mobile has added a new prepaid Android smartphone to its lineup of devices. The new Android device is called the Kyocera Event and it is available for $79.99. The new smartphone has a 3.5-inch HVGA IPS touchscreen display that has wide viewing angles and adjustable brightness.

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Nokia pumps $250m into mobile investment fund with China focus

Nokia pumps $250m into mobile investment fund with China focus

Nokia has green-lit another $250m in investment into mobile ecosystem development, with the company's Nokia Growth Partners venture firm targeting China as an area of huge potential growth. The new fund, Nokia Growth Partners' (NGP) third, will also consider potential candidates from the US, Europe, and elsewhere in Asia, but China is described specifically as "an important market for Nokia."

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ZTE joins up with Nuance, voice integrated devices will roll out this year

ZTE joins up with Nuance, voice integrated devices will roll out this year

Nuance, maker of the popular voice dictation software Dragon Naturally Speaking, has been making itself known today, first announcing this morning at CES that it has bestowed Swype with some new features. The company has followed this up with an announcement that it has entered into a partnership with ZTE, bringing its voice features to the Chinese company's smartphones.

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SwiftKey Flow Beta available for download and hands-on action

SwiftKey Flow Beta available for download and hands-on action

It's time to get your SwiftKey Flow on with the official Beta release right this minute, complete with a lovely colorful tail for your typing finger! SwiftKey Flow is a new edition of the next-generation predictive keyboard for Android, here bringing on not just one of the most advanced learning engines in the keyboard universe, but a way to type that'll have the competition rather nervous. This release is part of the SwiftKey team's super powerful VIP community, a group of intrepid citizens of the web working as lab rats for the greater good of the app!

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AT&T Galaxy S III gets official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update

AT&T Galaxy S III gets official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update

AT&T has released Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for Samsung's Galaxy S III, bringing the smartphone up to date with Swype, the new blocking mode, and other changes. Released via Samsung's Kies app, rather than as an OTA update, the much-anticipated software release also includes the Music Hub and tweaks to Facebook support on the phone, though any aesthetic changes are primarily masked by TouchWiz.

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Nexus 10 Review

Nexus 10 Review

Google's Nexus 7 demonstrated that the search giant should be taken seriously in affordable tablets; now, the Nexus 10 has arrived to prove Android has big-screen star quality. Offering a display that out-Retinas Apple's iPad and no shortage of top-tier specifications, the Samsung-made Nexus 10 also manages to do all that while undercutting the iPad 4 by $100. Android tablets have always had more of a problem than ticking the spec sheet, though, so does the combination of Jelly Bean 4.2 and the Nexus 10 mark a real turning point? Read on for our full review.

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Nexus 4 Review

Nexus 4 Review

Google is up to its fourth Nexus smartphone, and the LG Nexus 4 faces a very different mobile world from the heady days of the Nexus One. Back then, Google's Nexus led the field in specifications, a deliberate kick to manufacturers to be more imaginative with their Android devices. The Nexus 4, however, faces ambitious and best-selling Android phones (not to mention the iPhone 5, and the launch of Windows Phone 8) that are already capable and compelling. Does the new Nexus have a place in the mobile market? Read on for our full review.

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