Google and Microsoft have to agree on a digital keyboard

By Lauren R. DavisUpdated Apr 25, 2019 09:59:56Microsoft, Google, and Sony will have to enter into a deal to sell digital keyboards in the United States starting in 2020, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

According to the filing, Microsoft will be required to sell a digital keypad or device that has at least one input and two output ports, a keyboard, a digital camera, a projector, a mouse, or a camera that can record and display video, as well as a USB port for the device to connect to a computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Microsoft’s digital keyboard will be sold separately.

Sony will be selling a keyboard with a digital video camera.

Microsoft is the only major tech company that has yet to offer a digital digital keyboard.

It launched its digital keyboard with the help of Google and Apple.

Microsoft’s keyboard does not have any built-in cameras, but does include a built-on microphone, which can be used for voice search.

Microsoft says it has seen strong demand for its digital keyboards, and that it has received a large volume of requests from customers to offer them.

The company says the new keyboard is designed to be portable and easy to carry, so it will be available for use with tablets, phones, and PCs.

In addition to selling the digital keyboard, Microsoft says it will offer additional accessories to help customers purchase the keyboards.

Microsoft says the keyboard accessories will include a keyboard holder, a keypad holder, two keycaps, and a microphone.

Microsoft expects to announce more details on the new keyboards in April.