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Samsung Galaxy S IV “hands-on” takes a guess at the future

Samsung Galaxy S IV “hands-on” takes a guess at the future

Samsung hasn't even announced the Galaxy S IV yet, and already it's one of the most anticipated phones of 2013. After the massive success of the Galaxy S III, we're all interested in seeing what Samsung can do with its next flagship phone. We've seen leaked parts, sure, but nothing set in stone yet. That isn't stopping the folks at Rozetked from having a bit of fun though, as they've put together a render showing off what the Galaxy S IV might look like and do once it finally arrives.

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BlackBerry 10 keyboard gets a video walkthrough

BlackBerry 10 keyboard gets a video walkthrough

We're quickly approaching BlackBerry 10's scheduled launch, and as we go along, we're slowly learning new details about the operating system and the devices it'll be featured on. Today we're getting a closer look at BlackBerry 10's keyboard thanks to a video demo by RIM's Vivek Bhardwaj. In the brief demo, Bhardwaj shows off a number of new features, starting right off with the look of BlackBerry 10's keyboard.

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Logitech outs Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac/iPad/iPhone trio and BT Trackpad

Logitech outs Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac/iPad/iPhone trio and BT Trackpad

Logitech has revealed a pair of new peripherals, the Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard and Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac, each working with Apple's Mac and iOS ranges. The Easy-Switch Keyboard can pair with up to three devices simultaneously, with a button to flick between them, so that you can swiftly jump from typing on your iMac, iPhone, and then iPad; plus, there's backlit keys, just like you'd find on a MacBook.

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Magic FrogPad bestows one-handed data entry upon Mac users

Magic FrogPad bestows one-handed data entry upon Mac users

Space at your desk can sometimes be at a premium, something that full-size QWERTY keyboards don't always help with. The folks at FrogPad are here to help with the new Magic FrogPad, a cling that crams the functionality of a full QWERTY keyboard into a one-handed keypad. The Magic FrogPad can fit the Apple Magic Trackpad "perfectly" (hence the name), and comes in designs made for both left- and right-handed people.

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Apple TV getting Bluetooth keyboard functionality with iOS 6.1

Apple TV getting Bluetooth keyboard functionality with iOS 6.1

For some, using an iOS device as a keyboard for Apple TV is good enough, but according to a new report from 9to5Mac, it won't be long before Apple TV users have more options when it comes to keyboard input. Specifically, we're talking about Bluetooth keyboard functionality, which is apparently a new feature that's about to land in iOS 6.1. Spotted in the latest Apple TV beta, this new functionality will likely be a big hit with a lot of users.

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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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Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard Review

Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard Review

Along with Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Phone 8, Microsoft has released a handful of new keyboards, trying to cover the wide range of people who need a physical keyboard regardless of it they're working on desktop or on a tablet. Of all of these keyboards, the new Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is probably the most interesting. The Sculpt is another ergonomic keyboard in a sea of products that claim to cut down on wrist strain and actually make typing easier. The question is whether that's actually the case, or if it's all PR fluff meant to get us to hand over cash for a keyboard we might not even need. Read on to hear the verdict.

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iKey unveils ultra-compact SWB-86-TP keyboard

iKey unveils ultra-compact SWB-86-TP keyboard

iKey has announced the latest model in its line of ultra-compact keyboards: the SWB-86-TP. This rugged unit is part of the company's WaterBoard line of keyboards, and is aimed at the public safety market, particularly for in-vehicle use. The SWB-86-TP is completely plug-and-play, meaning you can just grab it and go, no drivers required.

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