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Looking at the history of keyboarding presents new opportunities for further revolutionizing 21st century touch-typing.
eReflect revealed today that keyboarding is currently undergoing massive changes, and discussed the possibility that two-thumb text entry on split keyboards might soon be the norm for all hand-held
A new study says we are able to automatically perform complex activities like typing without being mindful of the mechanics involved.
QWERTY style keyboards continue to remain popular for most people, mainly due to the habit of years in which this keyboard layout has been primary, announced the eReflect team in their statement.
Ultimate Typing™ developer eReflect announced today the company’s wholehearted support for the innovative KALQ keyboard, which seeks to revolutionize touch screen typing in mobile devices.
Ergonomics-based keyboards can allow a typist to avoid joint pain and soreness, declared eReflect in its latest statement.
eReflect, Ultimate Typing software developer announced that the upcoming Windows 8 touch keyboard, which boosts several added features and therefore provides a completely new typing experience,
People shouldn’t be too quick to conclude that once they’ve learned a skill set, there is no longer any more need for them to practice that skill.
Words spelled with more letters on the right of the keyboard are associated with more positive emotions than words spelled with more letters on the left.
QWERTY is a common modern-day keyboard layout. The design is based on Christopher Latham Sholes design for the Sholes and Glidden typewriter which he sold to Remington in the same year. The use and adoption of the QWERTY keyboard is one of the most important case studies in open standards because of the widespread collective adoption and use of the product, particularly in the United States. The first model used a piano-like keyboard with two rows of characters arranged alphabetically....
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