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  • May 19, 2010
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  • May 19, 2010
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IMG_0436.MOV (5241 KB) Hey, ebookers, I’m here in Sydney in the middle of the Borders ebookstore launch. Borders.com.au ebooks launches today with 2 million ebooks and the Borders/Kobo ereader for $199. Look up there for a clip of a giant Kobo ereader… Here are the salient points in five seconds flat (I’m on the road,…

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  • April 24, 2010
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  • April 8, 2010
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By Joanna via Teleread.org I spent two hours at Kobo Central yesterday, and wow, have I got a lot to tell you! I have a demo unit of the upcoming Kobo reader in my hot little hands, I got to play with their spiffy new iPad app, I got all the dirt from Kobo CEO…

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  • March 25, 2010
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By By James Kendrick via jkOnTheRun E-book retailer Kobo, in a move to better compete with Amazon and Barnes and Noble, announced today both a partner program and a dedicated reader of its own. Kobo needs to extend its reach in order to maintain the sales growth required to negotiate competitive deals with book publishers,…

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  • February 27, 2010
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BBC News (blog) Kobo Books boss predicts “super” Kindle and Google tablet ebook reader ElectricPig.co.ukNow Michael Serbinis, Kobo's CEO, has made his predictions for the future of ebooks in 2010 – time for a “super” Amazon Kindle, Google's ebook store and a … The New Republic: The Kindle, America's DeclineNPR Amazon scrambles on Kindle content…

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  • February 24, 2010
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Kobo Books: UK ebook store to work with all readers including Apple iPad from Electricpig.co.uk – The UK’s fastest-growing tech news site by Mic Wright Kobo Books has launched an open UK ebook store store that will put pressure on Apple iBooks and the Amazon Kindle. Read on for news of the new source of…

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  • January 14, 2010
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With the glut of ereaders on the market and the deluge from CES about to hit, plenty of newbies will be discovering ebooks this year. They’ll be hard to avoid. The first thing they’ll learn is that your choice of reader often locks you in to one ebook format. So do all formats cost the…