Until Apple introduced the iPhone and the touch-screen genre, almost all phones had a physical keyboard. The coolest phones had a full QWERTY keyboard for fast message typing.
Flabby keyboard jockeys, stringy coders, and out-of-shape hackers: The British military wants you.
Lovers of physical keyboards, BlackBerry hasn't forgotten about you. The Canadian company's Q10 smartphone, the second phone running the new BlackBerry 10 operating system, began rolling out to U.S. carriers this week.
Modern BlackBerrys with physical keyboards are now available in the U.S., months after the touch-screen versions went on sale.
The first keyboard-equipped BlackBerry sporting the company's radically new operating system is hitting U.S. stores this week.
I can still remember getting my first BlackBerry. It was a pager that had a full keyboard, and we used them to communicate among co-workers in what was then called the Tech Services department.
Ermanno Marzorati has rarely been so busy. He is currently fixing a 1930 Underwood typewriter for Tom Hanks. But there are plenty more ancient writing machines awaiting his tender care.
An auctioneer says one of Apple's first computers—a functioning 1976 model—has been sold for a record 516,000 euros ($668,000).