Not a fan of typing on a touchscreen but don't want to have to carry around a bluetooth keyboard just for your phone or tablet? There might be a new option on the table soon, so to speak. This prototype software tracks keystrokes by using the accelerometer to track vibration, turning all kinds of things into keyboards.
Mobile devices—particularly tablets—are the pinnacle of technology right now. However, one of the biggest downsides to a tablet when compared to a netbook or laptop is the keyboard. Many touch-typists cringe at the thought of having to use a touchscreen keyboard for email, chat, or even simple URL entry.