More than just adding wireless capabilities to its new e-reader, Sony (SNE) will allow users to...


More than just adding wireless capabilities to its new e-reader, Sony (SNE) will allow users to access books from a much broader range of sources, including temporary loans from libraries. Is this the new Kindle (AMZN) killer?
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  • Tony Petroski
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    How would you get a "temporary loan" from the library on this device?
    26 Aug 2009, 08:31 AM Reply Like
  • rrtzmd
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    ...yet MORE misinformation!...I ALREADY borrow books from the public library for use on my Kindle!...most libraries offer several formats -- usually Kindle can handle at least one...I usually choose Adobe Digital Editions because there is a hack available that allows removal of Adobe's DRM...so I can check a book out and it NEVER EXPIRES...
    3 Sep 2009, 05:12 PM Reply Like
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