Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Sprint's Echo by Kyocera can be folded flat for view a single large image (left) or can run different apps on each screen.
Windows are dead--long live multi-panes. The smartphone and the touchscreen tablet have driven a stake through the heart of the multi-window interface--replace cluttered overlapping windows with a clean multi-pane approach that allows quick multi-tasking. Look for multi-pane smartphones like Sprint's Echo by Kyocera to spawn a whole new genre of multi-pane apps by the end of 2011. R. Colin Johnson @NextGenLOg
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Posted by R. Colin Johnson at 7:32 PM