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Old 11-21-2007, 01:07 PM   #1
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NEWSWEEK's Steven Levy answers reader's questions on Kindle

http://www.newsweek.com/id/70858
Nothing new for the most part, but I did see something interesting.
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Jeff Bezos told me that in theory, he's open to other device makers connecting to the Kindle store. If I were Sony, I woudl take him up on it --the Sony bookstore is no match for Amazon.com, and if Sony charged a lot less for a nice looking e-reader which connected to Amazon via computer, it might have a nice niche.
I say "bullshit", otherwise all the available Mobipocket-capable readers would be able to read AZW already.
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