A Tiny Keyboard That Doesn't Suck

Fortune reporter David Kirkpatrick apparently just discovered Digit Wireless’s Fastap technology and realized that, gee, it certainly seems useful. That seems to be the reaction of most people who have seen a Fastap-enabled device (including me). The problem is that they need the handset makers get on board. This article suggests that the handset guys (especially some of the smaller ones who are open to taking risks) are finally realizing that there’s demand for anything that makes text messaging easier – because it means more revenue for the carriers. Thus, Fastap might finally be showing up on phones near you.

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