The Sony Reader might be just the ticket to kick the e-book market into high gear.
Scheduled to go on sale this spring for between $300 and $400, the Reader is a compact slab about the size of a small paperback book (5-by-7 inches, and a half-inch thick). But it's the 3.5-by-4.8-inch display that made it the buzz of the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month in Las Vegas.
"Sony has said that the Reader will be able to display content from RSS feeds and from PDF files in addition to e-books in Sony's own BBeB format."
Our guess is that it has something to do with their allegiance to Satan."
Heh! The N has certainly been sucking recently. Impending Second Meltdown?
Now there's a strange bit of tech. A picture frame that supports rss and pop!