A closer look at KIN Studio

One of the selling features of Microsoft’s KIN handsets, and one Microsoft feels justifies the price, is the KIN Studio, the device’s automatic back-up service. 

Pocketnow has taken a closer look at the Silverlight-powered web-based service, and found the software has hidden multi-touch features and for a web-based service is surprisingly dynamic.

The website is a good example of how Silverlight can help cross the barrier between local applications and websites, and appears to do it rather more fluidly than flash can.

Via Pocketnow.com



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