TechFast: Facebook Stalker, Dual-Screen Phone, Apple Goes Boxless

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Good morning! Here are some of today’s top tech links so far. We’ll cover some of these throughout the day but feel free to get a head start.

Kyocera Echo, Exclusively from Sprint, Revolutionizes the Android Experience as the First Dual-Touchscreen Smartphone

Link: Sprint

Sprint and Kyocera have unveiled an Android phone with two 3.5-inch touchscreens. Open it up, and you can use one screen for e-mail and the other for web browsing, for instance. Snap the phone shut and it operates as a single screen, candy-bar style phone. It’ll cost $200 this spring.

Mark Zuckerberg obtains restraining order against stalker

Link: The Next Web

Some guy has been following Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg around and leaving weird, weird messages on his Facebook wall. He’s leaving messages on Mark’s sister’s wall, too. Zuck has apparently obtained a restraining order against the man to keep him away from not only Zuckerberg himself, but his sister and girlfriend too.

Apple to Eliminate Retail Box Software Inventory


Apple may be looking to make room in its retail stores by removing boxed software in favor of downloads from the new Mac App Store found on the company’s computers.

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