An e-ink Sony PRS-T1 Reader might not be an all-singing, all-dancing tablet-come-e-Reader like the Kindle Fire or the Nook Color. But, as the folks at The Digital Reader have found out, it does run Android, and with a little hacking, you can bring this out front and center.
Apparently the hack is pretty straightforward, and pretty foolproof. By gaining root access, a whole new use case for the...
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