Monday TechCrunch covered FlyScreen by Cellogic. See:
Now, what everyone missue d is that Cellogic used a Replacement Android HomeScreen to get that UI. Due to the webkit webview works in Android the optimization you are forced to make to allow some multiple Web Browser widgets open with rss feed data or social data requires memory optimization so that those windows ae not closed due to constrained memory space. That is the same set of predictions that I made with this HomeScreen experiment due to my other work on the Loopt clone in full webkit webview called Xspot:
And that is exactly the same optimization puzzle that Motoroal faces in its Blur UI innovation. Dues to some of those optimization puzzle snot being solved as far as Android Core code until Android 2.0 or Android 2.5 this solution will be quite popular.Its popular enough that I might have snagged some project interviews with Middlware firms that have OEM contracts.