On touchscreens, Swype slides toward mass market

With more and more phones sporting touchscreen displays, startup Swype is looking to fundamentally shift how users input text on phones that don't have physical keyboards. The company's technology, which is on the Samsung Omnia II through Verizon Wireless, allows users to type text on virtual keyboards by tracing letters they want without lifting their finger off of the keyboard. The company wants to take the technology to the mass market. Article

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