New Software Adds Flexibility to Phone UI
Jul 11, 2003, 11:39 AM by (staff)
Digital Airways last week introduced Kaleido, a solution for designing and implementing a dynamic User Interface (UI) on mobile phones. Handset manufacturers can use Kaliedo to create new UIs for phones quickly and easily, responding faster to market trends, and making it easier to provide customized interfaces for individual carriers. In addition, new interfaces can be downloaded to phones over the air (OTA). Interfaces can be created using a graphical tool; no programming is required. Kaleido is available immediately.
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