Windows 10 is adding SwiftKey, laying the groundwork for dual-screen tablets – CNET

Look at this picture. Now imagine you’re holding a laptop that — instead of a keyboard — has a second screen. Like something out of Westworld. Swiping might be a tad easier than typing, yes? Microsoft-owned SwiftKey was one of the first virtual …
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