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Microsoft: you won’t be using that Qwerty keyboard forever

Microsoft's chief envisioning officer Dave Coplin believes that the days of using a Qwerty keyboard to interact with computing devices are numbered. In an interview with the UK's Evening Standard newspaper, Coplin stated that it was bizarre that today's workforce was still relying on technology invented in the 19th century. Coplin mentioned the Qwerty keyboard […] Ghacks needs you.
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