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An Intelligent Keyboard
Swiftkey learns as you type
 
Swiftkey is an app which replaces your normal Android keyboard with an intelligent keyboard. It learns as you type, helps you correct spelling mistakes, automatically adds words to the dictionary and also predicts your next word. It tracks your own personalised writing style based on whatever you type on the keyboard, your messages, your emails, Facebook or Twitter and prompts you when you are typing the same thing the next time. The flow feature also lets you slide your fingertip over the keyboard, giving you a different typing experience. Auto-correct also learns your slang, nicknames and phrases.  And, the latest version incorporates predictions of 2-words at a time, across 100+ languages!
 
Its in-built profile-tracker tells me that I have already saved 53,000 keystrokes, corrected 26,000 typos, completed or corrected 9,000 words and predicted 5,000 words, since I started using it. There is a small memory overhead for Swiftkey to function; but for all that it does, I would not mind sacrificing twice as much for it. After all, 10 million users in 38 countries, with multi-language support, cannot be wrong! And the news is that Microsoft is going to take over this company very soon.  Please check on https://goo.gl/XpnTf2

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RBI scraps curbs on buying of Kotak Mahindra Bank shares
Chennai : India's central bank, the RBI on Wednesday said that the restrictions placed on the purchase of Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd's shares are withdrawn immediately.
 
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in a statement, said the aggregate share holdings by global depository receipts (GDR)/American depository receipts (ADR)/foreign direct investment (FDI)/foreign institutional investors (FIIs)/registered foreign portfolios investors (RFPIs)/NRIs/Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) under portfolio investment scheme in Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. has gone below the prescribed limit.
 
The Reserve Bank has notified this under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
 
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90 percent of FDI inflows in 9 months through automatic route
New Delhi : Over 90 percent of the total foreign direct investment (FDI) received during the first nine months (April-December) of this fiscal came through the automatic route, parliament was informed on Wednesday.
 
"FDI equity inflow received through automatic route and approval route during the current financial year (up to December 2015) is 90.24 percent and 9.76 percent respectively," Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha.
 
She said the government had put in place a liberal and transparent policy under which most sectors have been opened to FDI under the automatic route.
 
In reply to a separate question, Sitharaman said: "The demand for electronics in the Indian market is expected to reach $400 billion by 2020."
 
"Without intervention, at the current rate of growth, domestic production can cater to a demand of about $100 billion by 2020," she said.
 
"While the future is difficult to predict, the value of imports of electronics goods during April-December 2015 was $31.06 billion, which is less than the value of imports of petroleum products during the same period, which were $68.2 billion during the period," she added.
 
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