Sony Corp. plans to offer an eBook reader with the ability to wirelessly download books, injecting more competition in a small but fast-growing market by adopting a key feature of the rival Kindle from, reports the Associated Press. Sony's $399 Reader Daily Edition will go on sale by December, Sony executives said Aug. 25. The device has a 7-inch touch screen and will be able to get books, daily newspapers, and other reading material over AT&T's cellular network. The latest version of the Kindle--which is not controlled by touching the screen--costs $299 and uses Sprint Nextel's wireless network for...

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