This cute astromech keyboard companion is probably the only thing you should carry for your tablet.
Even the most mundane objects are more exciting when they're made out of LEGO.
It took me long enough to learn QWERTY. C'mon!
Would you rather have the Caps Lock key on the right side of your keyboard?
The Minuum keyboard is called "the little keyboard for big fingers," but is it really easier to use?
Fujitsu's got a new concept that uses intelligent camera algorithms to track your fingers, replacing the need for an actual keyboard.
Logitech has taken the wraps off a new accessory designed to make the iPad mini even more attractive.
SteelSeries is always looking for ways to help you suck less and win more, and at CES it showed off prototype keyboard analysis software to make you even more l33t.
Finding the perfect mobile keyboard accessory is essentially chasing a moving target as new and better products hit the market nearly every month. But one idea that has been envisioned in a number of concept drawings over the years might finally be real: a roll-up keyboard.
For some smartphone users, the highly sensitive on-screen touch keyboards remain an irritating shortcoming of the powerful devices, particularly when attempting to compose long messages. But one new approach that uses vibration mapping could be a look at the future smartphone keyboards.