After acquiring various startups behind popular apps like Accompli and Sunrise Calendar, Microsoft is now acquiring SwiftKey, the developers of the popular keyboard with the same name for iOS and Android for $250 million. The company has not announced its acquisition yet, but the Financial Times report that a announcement from Microsoft is due for later this week.
Microsoft reportedly acquiring SwiftKey for $250 million for its work on artificial intelligence (Update: Official)
Microsoft’s Windows Phone Vice President, Joe Belfiore, is using an iPhone while on his leave-of-absence
Microsoft recently started sending out emails to members of its Windows Insiders program inviting them to beta test the iPhone version of its popular Word Flow keyboard. Now, the build of Word Flow that Microsoft has seeded to iOS beta testers comes with a new one-handed layout that is not found on its Windows Phone version.