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Palo Alto, Calif. — Google announced on its blog Monday that the first e-reader to be based on Google’s eBooks platform will go on sale July 17.
The device is called the iRiver Story HD, and its manufacturer iRiver is selling it exclusively at Target for $139.99. Users can download titles using Wi-Fi, but the device does not support 3G.
“With the rapid advancements of e-readers and tablets, the iRiver Story HD’s superior features and integration with Google eBooks sets [...].