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Monday, 25 February 2008 10:30

Keyboards are history, Gates says

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Talk and touch are the way forward


Microsoft
boss, Bill Gates, claims that people will increasingly interact with computers using speech or touch screens, rather than keyboards.

He said that Microsoft was making a big bet that keyboards will be less important. Speaking at Carnegie Mellon University, Gates said that that more Internet searches will done through speech than through typing on a keyboard.

He added that with so much going on in various branches of science, software must become even more advanced to reach the incredible amount of data that is available.

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