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Briefly: 2011 CES iLounge Pavilion, StealthType SMS updated

updated 10:55 pm EST, Thu February 4, 2010

StealthType SMS iPhone app updated

The CEA has announced that next years iLounge Pavilion will feature the largest iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Mac related display in the shows history, while StealthType SMS for the iPhone has been updated


The Consumer Electronics Association has announced that the 2011 CES iLounge Pavilion will feature the largest display of iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Mac related products and services in the shows history. The iLounge Pavilion was a new addition to this year's exhibition, with more than 100 companies. For next year's show, the Pavilion will feature 50,000 square feet of floor space with companies such as iSkin, Mophie, and Scosche displaying new products. The 2011 show will take place in Las Vegas from January 6th to 9th.

The latest version of StealthType SMS, a tool for typing messages on an iPhone without looking at the screen, has been released in the App Store. The application works by using voice guidance to help users locate the appropriate keys. Users are provided with several options for customizing the app, including a choice of keyboard layouts and voices. Other features include the ability to send messages to the clipboard, a customizable contact list for sending SMS messages, and a low-light interface for comfortable night use.




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