Technology makes smartphone screens feel like keyboards

Kyocera has created a touchscreen that, when you press buttons on it, it feels like you’re actually pushing a physical button. You can even choose between making it feel like a button or a soft-touch keyboard.
It works by using piezoelectricity (i.e. electricity resulting from pressure) to create an extremely high-speed, intense little vibration where you touch the keyboard. Thus, it feels like you’ve actually touched something.
While this might not seem like a big step, it can actually be pretty helpful: typing accuracy will go nowhere but up, and it’ll probably open up some pretty neat gaming opportunities.