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Microsoft not interested in making eReader

Posted on Friday, October 16 2009 @ 02:30:07 CEST by


Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer revealed his company is not interested in entering the eBook reader market. Ballmer claims they already have a device for reading, the PC, and that it's already the most popular device in the world.
"We have a device for reading. It's the most popular device in the world. It's the PC. I would love to see companies like Amazon and others bring their books to the PC. Hopefully we can get that to happen with Barnes & Noble or Amazon or somebody. But no, we are not interested in e-readers ourselves," said Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer of Microsoft, reports Reuters news-agency.




 






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Re: Microsoft not interested in making eReader
by Anonymous on Friday, October 16 2009 @ 03:43:43 CEST
They weren't interested in media players either. Give it time



 

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