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+ - Kindle finally ready for global distribution-> 1

Submitted by geirnord
geirnord (150896) writes "Previously a US-only device, the Amazon Kindle 2 is now finally available in an international edition. It seems Crunchgear was at least partly right. The new device is identical to the Kindle 2, with the exception of Edge and 3G support. That means Whispernet-like functionality over most of the world."
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Kindle finally ready for global distribution

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  • Who really needs a kindle. I want a cuddle instead with my wife on the sofa and read a real book.

    Alfred Hitchcock would not be impressed.

Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble?

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