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MobileRead Week in Review: 09/25 - 10/02

Missed some of our big mobile stories this week? Time to catch up:

Current E-Books Trends
Google's Library Project could help sell e-books
Reminder: Audio E-Book Expo Wednesday 9/28

E-Book Readers
A Librie for the rest of us
Video displaying Fujitsu's bendable electronic paper

E-Book Webstores
Neil Gaiman's "Anansi Boys" 75% discount

General Chat
HD DVD backed by Microsoft and Intel
Mobiles dethroning the Mighty PC

Link Swap
E-mail your voice with Slawesome
PDA Portal to be sold

New Links
Skweezer to offer mobile online translation service

Other E-Book Resources
NYC2123: A graphic novel to go

Other Gadgets
It's time for power beaming in wireless electronics
Minox DMP-1 puts photos, MP3s, e-books in your pocket
Nokia 770 delayed, coming in October
On the verge of handheld input and display revolutions?
OQO Unveils New Pocketable Windows XP Computer
Read PDFs on your PSP

Other Readers
TomeRaider 3 Experimental Released
Turn your Sony PSP into an e-book reader

Palm
Palm's "Secret Third Business" isn't the LifeDrive
Palm Treo 700w announcement teaser and live webcast
Sammy returning to his Tungsten C
Sprint to Offer BlackBerry Connect for Palm
Track Palm-related discussions on Yahoo via RSS
Zodiacs around the world, unite!

Pocket PC
Editorial - The Palm Experience on Windows Mobile
GPS Navigation: PPC vs. CarPC
iTunes for Windows Mobile 5 spotted
Various updates of important Pocket PC software

Portable Audio/Video
Grūvi™ New DRM
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