Microsoft acquires British tech firm SwiftKey in $250m deal

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Microsoft acquires British tech firm SwiftKey in $250m deal

British company to be absorbed into Microsoft R&D

Microsoft will today announce the $250m acquisition of SwiftKey, the company behind the popular keyboard app for iOS and Android operating systems. The move signals Microsoft's continued determination...

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