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OminiROM multi-window concept for Android borrows from webOS

One of the key differences between Android, iOS, and other mobile operating systems and their desktop or notebook counterparts is support for multi-window modes. On a desktop PC you can open as many windows as you’d like and arrange them side-by-side or in other configurations. On a phone or tablet, you’re usually stuck looking at […]

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Multi-window support coming to some Android tablets with Rockchip CPUs

Google Android has long supported multi-tasking. On most phones and tablets that just means an app can run in the background while you’re using another in the foreground (for instance you can listen to music while you surf the web). A few software makers have added support for mini-apps that can run in small windows […]