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Old 02-16-2009, 12:54 PM   #6
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In support of the new Adobe Reader Mobile SDK, a number of companies announced plans to ship devices or applications in 2009 that integrate the new Adobe technology, including Bookeen, iRex Technologies, Lexcycle, Plastic Logic, Polymer Vision Ltd., and Spring Design.
Adobe obviously knows who its customers are, but I don't think Bookeen or iRex have announced plans for Adobe support, and who is "Spring Design"?

What iRex said (Sept 24, 2008) in the DR1000 FAQ:
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Q: Are there any plans to add Adobe Digital Editions and/or or ePUB support?
A: As explained above, our open platform allows easy addition of content rendering engines and we support any third party developer willing to add these formats.
This is consistent with the MOBI DRM exclusivity deal iRex presumably has for the DR1000, but not consistent with iRex shipping "devices or applications" with Adobe Reader Mobile (unless they don't support Adobe DRM). In other words, Adobe can ship Adobe Reader Mobile for the DR1000 but iRex probably can't pay them for it or ship it themselves.
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