But while Tap didn’t work well for me, it brings up an important question about the evolution of technology. We have so many ways to input data — by voice, touch screen, stylus, you name it — and yet we still rely heavily on something that looks a heck of a lot like the first commercially successful typewriters, released nearly 150 years ago. We can make powerful computers that fit in our pockets. So why haven’t we quit the keyboard?
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