Leap Motion has already taken down the computer mouse, but now it just might be capable of replacing the keyboard as well.
ASETNIOP is a modification of the QWERTY typing system. It relies on chords — using multiple fingers at once — to get the complete alphabet, rather than having a separate key for each letter. The chorded method does away with the traditional style and essentially turns the entire touchscreen into an invisible keyboard.
There are two types of typists out there: the folks who look at their screen when they type and the others who don't. A new keyboard with a built-in screen that displays what's being typed as a visual aid could bring the hunt-and-peck crowd up to speed, but it does more than that, too.
Solar-powered laptops are nice and all for keeping your laptop charged up, but they need to be in contact with sunlight in order to work. What if you could charge your laptop simply by harnessing the power generated from typing on it all day?
Using a regular keyboard and mouse is fine when you're sitting at your desk, but what about if you want control your home theater PC, or send a text as you ride up the chair lift while skiing? This one-handed glove controller could be the answer.
Security firm Scout Analytics is looking into the idea that the cadence and rhythm with which you type is enough to set you apart from your coworkers. Not just how you type while you're browsing the web, either, but the...
This Fast Fingers 3-in-1 keyboard is a regular QWERTY keyboard, yes, but it also lets you type in two other ways. At the push of a button you can turn the QWERTY keyboard into an ABC keyboard, and with the...