Microsoft's has come up with what could well be the keyboard of the future - a QWERTY-less device that can interpret basic hand gestures, potentially bridging a gap between touch devices and more traditional input methods.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the ailing smartphone vendor will stay with physical keyboards, which he says are much better for email.
Nah mate, not needed. NBN Co has it all under control. ;=)
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