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Microsoft Files More Patents For Dual-Screen Swiss Army Knife Slider Phone

I could swear that I've had a dream about this before, or at least written about it, but it looks like Microsoft beat me to the patent office. On September 22, Microsoft filed the "Mobile Communication Device Having Multiple, Interchangeable Second Devices" patent, which basically describes a slider-style phone that has replacement components to swap in for the slider keyboard.
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