Logitech outs new Bluetooth mouse, keyboard for your mobile computing needs

One of the top brands when it comes to computer and mobile accessories is Logitech. This week, the company is bringing a couple of new Bluetooth-enabled products that promise to help you with your mobile computing needs. The new keyboard and mouse, officially called as the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard and the M535 Bluetooth Mouse, both allow comfortable, fast, and ease of use whenever you need to finish some work while on-the-go.

LG rolls out Rolly Keyboard, first rollable keyboard for mobile use

LG plans on capturing a larger percentage of the mobile market but it's a bit challenging especially if it has Samsung for a rival especially in their native South Korea. Well, LG is still in the business and is determined to join the mobile accessories industry by coming up with special covers and cases for smartphones, Bluetooth headsets, and now this, a full-size portable keyboard.

Microsoft finally releases foldable Bluetooth keyboard in stores

We’ve seen it for months, and we even talked about it previously, and people have been anticipating having this bad boy (or rather, good boy) in their hands. Finally, our keyboarding dreams have come true as Microsoft’s Universal Folding Keyboard is now available in gadget stores near you (hopefully). Not only is it compatible with any device, regardless of platform, but it is also thin and foldable, so it really won’t make an impact on your bag (but maybe it will on your wallet, a little).

Logitech Type-S turns Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 into a workstation

If you're excited to finally use your brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 (if it has already reached your doorstep, that is), then you'll even be happier now that you can turn it into an actual workstation. Logitech has announced they are releasing the Logitech Type-S, an all-in-one keyboard case that will turn your tablet into a laptop and can also serve as protection for your brand new tablet.

Intel launches Remote Keyboard app for NUC, Compute Stick

If you’ve been watching the mobile device landscape in the past year, you will see that chipmakers Intel have been more active than in the years before. This is an intentional move for Intel to break into the mobile space, primarily with their processors in mobile devices. The Intel NUC and Compute Stick products are also Intel platforms geared towards the mobile space, and Intel is launching a companion keyboard app just for both products.

Samsung to fix keyboard vulnerability thru KNOX, firmware update

Yesterday, we were all shocked (and a little bit scared, just a little bit) to find out about a vulnerability in Samsung phones that hackers can take advantage off. This is specifically through the SwiftKey keyboard app that is pre-installed in over 600 million Samsung phones. Today both Samsung and SwiftKey have made statements dealing with this issue, although Samsung might not have been happy with SwiftKey’s response.

Samsung phones vulnerable to keyboard app hack, 600M affected

If you bought a Samsung phone within the last 2 or 3 years, chances are you need Samsung to plug a vulnerability found within the pre-installed keyboard from 3rd party developer SwiftKey. With this pre-installed keyboard found in almost all Samsung devices produced between 2012 and now, the number of phones with this vulnerability is expected to be around 600 million units. Yes, it’s that bad.

Moky is World’s First Invisible Touchpad Keyboard

The keyboard has seen a lot of innovations. It's an essential part of a computer or mobile device because it allows one to input characters and symbols that execute commands. Physical QWERTY keyboards are still the standard in desktop computers and laptops but for smartphones and tablets, touchscreen keyboards rule. But in the near future, we might use invisible or virtual keyboards. Let's not forget the touchpad that is slowly replacing the poor old mouse.

KFC Tray Typer brings some tech to fast food dining

We all know that eating fast food will do more harm than good. I'm not a fitness buff nor I am at my healthiest but I know that eating hamburgers, fried chicken, and pizza regularly will result to possible health problems in the future especially if you don't exercise. But man, if you treat me to a free meal at McDonald's or KFC, I won't complain and I'd gladly say 'yes' to a Happy Meal or a Zinger and a bucket of fries.
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