If you’re a reader, there’s a good chance you’ve hear of the Kobo. The tablet lineup, which is more eReader than tablet (but still a great tablet), is a great option for those who like to read digitally. New earnings
To further its efforts to bring its own brand of web browsing experience to more mobile users, Mozilla has partnered with some device manufacturers to put its browser right on their devices by default. In particular, Firefox for
Arduous tinkerers have found a way to somewhat forcibly make the Kobo Glo e-reader run a full Android OS. While it does open up the device to a whole new world of possibilities, hardware limitations naturally prevent the 6-inch
eReading device maker Kobo has just unveiled a series of devices that aims to give the best reading experience for digital book lovers. Included in this are three new additions to the company’s Arc brand of Android tablets.
Kobo, the company best known for its ebook readers, is bringing its 7-inch tablet to market in the UK, Canada, and France today. The tablet is available starting at $199, depending on which storage option you choose. The Kobo Arc
If you’re in the market for an e-reader and want something with beefed-up storage space, the Kobo Arc may be your solution. The company announced the Arc tablet earlier this month and now it has announced that it will be
If you’re reading this and you’re an avid e-book reader, odds are overwhelming that you use either the Kindle or Nook apps to do so on your Android device. But also-ran Kobo is making a case for itself with the
E-reader dark horse Kobo has a new master: Japanese mega-retailer Rakuten. The company bought the e-reader manufacturer for $315 million, with most of it going to majority shareholder Indigo Books & Music, from Canada. The