After confirming its plans to purchase Android and iOS keyboard developer SwiftKey last month - in a deal rumored to be worth $250m - Microsoft has said today that the acquisition is now complete.
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After a lot of rumors, Microsoft has officially announced that it has acquired iOS/Android keyboard developer SwiftKey. This purchase just comes after it acquired MinecraftEdu.
Microsoft is reportedly buying SwiftKey, whose virtual keyboards - powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning models - are in use on over 300 million iOS and Android devices.
Samsung has issued a statement and will begin rolling out an update for those affected with the Galaxy keyboard vulnerability. The vulnerability is thought to have affected over 600 million devices.
A major update for the popular third-party SwiftKey keyboard for Android devices has been released that adds many new features alongside an announcement that the app is now totally free to download.