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Old 11-20-2009, 03:00 PM   #11
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The B&N DRM system is, as far as I can tell, going to be built into Adobe's ePub reader SDK.

So if the new SDK handles B&N's DRM and if Sony use the new SDK and if Sony release a firmware upgrade for the 505 that includes the new SDK, then the 505 will work with B&N ePub.

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Originally Posted by mdibella View Post
I am just guessing here, of course, but I suspect Sony will end up implementing it because, let's face it, Sony sells hardware. Sony's bookstore has never really challenged Amazon in its selection, and with B&N entering the race, I can easily see Sony building readers with multiple compatibility, in the hopes that people who shop in many places will see Sony readers as their 'universal' reader.
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