Hacking the Kindle DX to add Bluetooth

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Hacking the Kindle DX to add Bluetooth

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Griffin I’Net has a nice story with pictures about hacking a Kindle DX to add Bluetooth support! [via RuutAckses]

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    Kindle is so closed source, they’ve deleted books after people bought them because the published changed their mind. Why would anyone buy it much less feature it here?

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