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Old 08-19-2008, 09:30 PM   #27
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Does Sony license their DRM to other hardware companies?
Not that I'm aware of, but the point is moot. First, someone would have to want to license it. Who would, and why?

Granted, it might be interesting if someone like Bookeen could add LRF capability to their reader, but I suspect their contract with Mobipocket precludes it.

That fact that Sony could add ePub capability was interesting, but it will be be a while before it really becomes important for them. ePub needs to be more generally implemented by major publishers, with more content available in ePub format.

I'm curious as to which way Amazon will jump if ePub becomes a standard everyone implements. Will they add eBub support to the Kindle?
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