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It's a simple concept, in fact it's one of those smack yourself in the forehead ideas that makes perfect sense...after somebody else thought it up. Take a standard numeric keypad, add raised buttons at the corners of the numbers, and presto! You've got Fasttap's enhanced keyboard with all 24 letters. It doesn't hurt my feelings that the mind behind this was David Levy, head of Portable Device Ergonomics at Apple for five years, during which he redesigned the layout of laptop keyboards and introduced the touch pad. Those ideas took hold in a big way, and I'm hoping that this does too. The first phone to take advantage of this technology is the LG6190, available in Canada from Tellus, and hopefully available in the US late this summer.

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