The tablet features a 10.3-inch touchscreen and comes with a stylus that will let you make notes and annotate easily. The OCR technology will convert handwritten notes to typed text.
Kobo launched the Kobo Nia, an affordable e-reader, back in July last year. Priced at only $100, the digital reading device is very budget-friendly. Does it provide value for money? Let's find out.
Kobo has announced its intention to enter the audiobook market. Available Kobo apps for iOS and Android have been updated to allow for purchasing and listening to audiobooks from Kobo.
Sony has announced it will close its online Reader Store in the U.S. and Canada on March 20th, but current users will be able to transfer their store account to the Kobo service.
Kobo has just announced a new lineup of its eReader and tablet products, including the seven inch Kobo Arc Android-powered tablet that has a starting price of $199.99.
As promised back in December, Kobo has now released a Metro version of its eReader app, via the Wndows Store, for the launch of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview build
Kobo has announced that it will be developing an number of eReader apps specifically for the Windows 8 Metro interface, to be offered via download on the Windows Store feature .
A few weeks after Amazon announced its $199 Kindle Fire tablet, the Kobo eReader company has launched its own seven inch Android tablet device, the Kobo Vox, for $199.99.
Border’s ebook reader is now official. The Kobo produced device will be available on June 17th for $149 featuring a 6" e-Ink display, 1GB of internal storage, and an SD card slot. This is a...