Ask a few technology companies for their thoughts on the future and you're likely to get some interesting answers. Most agree that touch, gestures, augmented reality, and speech recognition will play a major part in our future lives, but the divergence is where it gets interesting. Here's one flexible vision of the future from a company most investors have left in the past.
Moribund feature-phone-maker Nokia
Take a look at the device in action:
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