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Comment: Close vote (Score 1) 142

by Frankie70 (#48203265) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Aging and Orphan Open Source Projects?

Then it was talked about briefly on stackoverflow in 2009 -

I think this question is not right for SO. It can be closed under different reasons
- Primarily Opinion Based
- Too Broad
- Questions asking us to recommend or find a book, tool, software library, tutorial or other off-site resource are off-topic for Stack Overflow as they tend to attract opinionated answers and spam. Instead, describe the problem and what has been done so far to solve it.

I don't have a SO login in this machine. But as soon as I get on my other machine, I am planning to do a close vote on this question.

+ - Microsoft's Handwriting Recognition keyboard for Android Wear devices->

Submitted by Frankie70
Frankie70 (803801) writes "Here is a video of Microsoft's prototype software handwriting recognition keyboard for Android wear devices. Looks really cool.

With the Analog Keyboard Project, Microsoft is exploring handwriting recognition for text input on small touch screens. Handwriting, unlike speech, is discreet and not prone to background noise. And unlike soft keyboards, where many keys have to share the small touch surface, handwriting methods can offer the entire screen (or most of it) for each symbol. This allows each letter to be entered rather comfortably, even on small devices. In fact, it has been shown that some handwriting systems can be used without even looking at the screen. Finally, handwriting interfaces require very little design changes to run on round displays, which are becoming increasingly popular."

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+ - Windows Phone dominating the no-contract smartphone sales, as per Amazon-> 2

Submitted by Frankie70
Frankie70 (803801) writes "Windows Phone is not exactly taking the world by storm, but it does seem to have a leg up on the competition when it comes to no-contract cell phones. As of now, within the United States, reports that out of its top five bestselling no-Contract cell phones, three of them are Windows Phone devices.

Here is a link to the Amazon bestseller list."

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