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iriver Story caught in wild

iriver Story caught in wild

The few live images of iriver's new ebook reader, the sensibly-named Story, whet our appetite; now German site Heise have had the chance to go hands-on with the Kindle-esque device.  Unfortunately they've also found that, right now, a WiFi-equipped model is merely "planned", while a 3G version only "conceivable" if iriver can find a suitable mobile module.

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iriver Story ebook reader revealed

iriver Story ebook reader revealed

Images of iriver's new ebook reader, the Story, have emerged, together with partial specifications for the 6-inch E Ink device.  As well as having a full QWERTY keyboard and a memory card slot content with up to 32GBs, the Story is compatible with PDF, epub, txt, ppt, doc, xls and other ebook formats without requiring their conversion.

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iriver E200 PMP officially launches

iriver E200 PMP officially launches

iriver's latest PMP, the E200, has been detailed on the company's site, and while it may lack a terribly-fashionable OLED display or support for Bluetooth headphones, it does look a solid, serviceable little chap.  The E20 is available in 4, 8 and 16GB capacities, with a microSD slot content with up to 8GB cards, and measures just 10mm thick.

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iriver Android iPod touch rival, plus ebook reader & internet tablet tipped

iriver Android iPod touch rival, plus ebook reader & internet tablet tipped

Details of iriver's upcoming range have leaked, courtesy of an Australian distributor, including such fancies as an Android-based iPod touch rival, an ebook reader and an internet tablet.  The iriver K2 is expected to launch in 2010, with a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, integrated WiFi and Bluetooth and a digital TV tuner; it will also, according to C.R. Kennedy iriver product manager Danny Bejanoff, use Google's open-source Android OS.

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Apple, Microsoft, iriver & more face Tsera touchpad patent lawsuit

Apple, Microsoft, iriver & more face Tsera touchpad patent lawsuit

Apple, Microsoft, Bang & Olufsen and iriver are among the defendants named by Tsera LLC, a company claiming to own a touchpad patent which has been vigorously infringed.  The lawsuit concerns Tsera's patent "Methods and apparatus for controlling a portable electronic device using a touchpad", and basically describes recognizing different touchpad swipes without requiring visual feedback.

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