With that kind of vision, where users are interacting in 3D, "the screen becomes less of a constraint, so you just need a device with wireless connectivity that can process data," Schwan said. "Screen size is less of an issue. It could be that's where Heins is going" with BlackBerry.
This article, Blackberry CEO's comments ignite debate on future of personal computing, was originally published at Computerworld.com.
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