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UK-Built Keyboard Hailed as World's Thinnest

September 9, 2013
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Scientists at British wireless technology firm, Cambridge Silicon Radio, say they've devised the world's thinnest keyboard. Just half a millimeter thick, the device could be available to consumers within a year.

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AP (Apr. 9, 2015) — Apple's new MacBook is the company's lightest and thinnest yet and borrows many of the iPad's designs, including the lack of a fan. Associated Press technology Writer Nick Jesdanun takes a closer look. (April 9) Video provided by AP
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With Smartphones the Norm, Typing Now Dying Art?

With Smartphones the Norm, Typing Now Dying Art?

AP (Apr. 10, 2013) — Smartphones are thinking ahead for their owners when it comes to typing. The AP's John Mone explains how touchscreen technology is ditching the traditional "QWERTY" keyboard.
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Tech 24: Wood Keyboard Put to the Test

Tech 24: Wood Keyboard Put to the Test

France 24 (June 10, 2013) — In this week's program we look at how US-China cyber talks were overshadowed by PRISM snooping revelations. Meanwhile, in Test 24 we look at whether Oree's wooden keyboard is really a green geek's dream.
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Eye Control Glasses Offer New World to Severely Disabled

Eye Control Glasses Offer New World to Severely Disabled

Reuters (Sep. 9, 2012) — British scientists have paired video game console cameras with a pair of ordinary glasses to create an eye control device that will allow the severely disabled to use a computer. The device costs just 65 dollars, a price that makes it potentially accessible to thousands who are unable to operate a keyboard.
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