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Copia intros ereader devices and platform (video)

Vlad Savov
01.07.10
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And just like that, the already rather crowded competition for a prevalent ebook platform grows by one. Copia, a subsidiary of DMC Worldwide, has introduced a number of ereader devices and its eponymous online store in a quest to conquer a share of the market. Focused on social networking, it integrates Facebook and Twitter accounts and allows you to share your library with friends, with cute little Venn diagrams representing how far your reading habits overlap. We've got video of the interface being demoed and shots of the own-brand devices, but Copia tells us it intends to support other companies' hardware too with its ePUB distribution service.

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