Microsoft is officially acquiring SwiftKey
It follows Acompli, Sunrise and Wunderlist.
Microsoft is reportedly buying SwiftKey (update: official)
It would pay $250 million for those AI-powered smartphone keyboards.
SwiftKey's latest keyboard is powered by a neural network
Big thinking for a little keyboard.
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