News – WordLogic Tablet PC Predictive Software, Tablet Computers Beyond Just Helping the Disabled, India IT Industry Growth

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WordLogic Tablet PC Predictive Software

Looking for an alternative to the input options on your Tablet PC? After determining that users are unsatisfied with input interface in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, WordLogic has launched “Predictive Keyboard v4.2”. The features include:

  • Resizable on-screen QWERTY-based keyboard
  • Interface with a physical keyboard, a mouse and/or stylus
  • Prediction offers five word or phrase “chunks” at a time
  • Powerful and accurate word and phrase predictions
  • Words and phrases can be added on the fly as they are entered
  • Allows creation of a personal dictionary to predict user-specific data (names, street addresses, web-links, e-mails, and others)
  • Simple access to non-English characters and special symbols
  • Built-in calculator
  • Multiple ways of selecting words and phrases to increase input efficiency
  • More…

    Tablet Computers Beyond Just Helping the Disabled

    Recently we posted news about the innovative implementation of tablet computers to aid in communication for disabled users. A father who’s son has Cerebral Palsy has taken the technology a step further to help his son to play video games just like other kids. The dad tells his great story here.

    India IT Industry Growth

    As the year 2005 is quickly coming to a close, India continues to celebrate the mammoth growth of its IT industry. Things look even brighter with promised investments in the billions by corporate giants Microsoft, Intel, AMD and many more. It seems with all of this growth, India is facing traffic problems (wah), however the attention has been diverted from the whining as excitement over additional investments have made headlines since December 1st. More on this story here.



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