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I admit: When I'm shopping, I want my cake and to eat it, too. I don't want a sales rep following me around when I shop—but I want him when I have a question. And then I want him to disappear again!
The hassle of typing with a virtual keyboard on a mobile device is a complete nightmare, especially for beginners. Adaptxt Smart Keyboard App from KeyPoint Technologies, Ltd. (KPT), however, comes in handy.
Catering to consumers using Android devices, KPT announced the launch of smart keyboard app Adaptxt Beta Version 1.0 for Android Tablets in July 2012.
TravelText, the developer of a unique texting-based expense reporting service, and a partner with Concur Technologies (News - Alert), revealed its unique expense capture system which will make the travel and expense reporting experience even more seamless.
The Chatwing Development Team recently introduced a new chat widget for Twitter users who are always seeking news about the latest gadgets. It has been noted by the core developers that in just few days and weeks, gadget trends in Twitter appears, disappears and reappears.
Facebook has become one of the most popular websites used to keep in touch with friends, family, and work professionals. In September, the company announced it has more than one billion active users, with more than half of them using the social site from a mobile device or smart phone.
KeyPoint Technologies has released a new app for Android users that will allow them to send quicker, more accurate messages to their friends. The new app, Adaptxt uses next-generation predictive text to help smartphone users type emails and text messages with ease.
Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger had a good run, but it is now being replaced as the chat program of choice for Windows by Skype. This isn't too surprising as Skype has such a robust user base and is far more advanced than Live Messenger, which has failed to keep up with the bevy of instant messaging options now available, losing 45 percent of its customer base in the past year. This, along with Microsoft's Skype Everywhere initiative, made the elimination of Live Messenger an obvious move.
To establish their products beyond the country's borders, Chinese Internet companies have long struggled. To break into the Japanese search engine market, Baidu, China's dominant search engine, announced an ambitious plan in 2007. However, as of last year, the company said it had lost more than $108 million trying.