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MobileRead Week in Review: 02/04 - 02/11

Gosh we've talked a lot this week. Here's your weekly round up of MobileRead's events.

E-book Devices, Future E-Book Devices
Rollup screen e-reader device for 2007
Programmable Tatoos

E-book Devices, iRex iLiad
M-edge adds more cases for e-reader devices

E-book Devices, Sony Portable Reader
First Sony Reader Update Available!

E-books, Content
OpticBook 3600 Book Scanner Review - Part I

E-books, News
There ain't no Harry Potter magic in e-books
NY Times owner - Print version irrelevant or gone in 5 years
Give a Sony Reader to Jessica Rowling and help Médecins Sans Frontières

Mobile Devices, Handhelds and Smartphones
RapidReader for PalmOS, Windows, Mac and Symbian
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