Your typing style could better protect your accounts
A new type of keyboard could make it irrelevant if your password is divulged, providing a much higher level of computer security.
Researchers with the Georgia Institute of Technology embarked on a project to create a keyboard that is powered by individual keystrokes, generating enough juice for a wireless connection.
They accomplished that, building an “intelligent” keyboard that captures a small charge produced when a person’s finger touches a plastic material with a coating of an electrode material. That charge could be stored in a lithium ion battery, or used to send a wireless signal.