Kobo Vox archive

  • How to choose an ebook reader
    Online

    How to choose an ebook reader

    By 19 October 2012

    Ebook readers were once derided as a sort of bastard child of technology. Slow, boring, lacking features; many thought they simply didn't have a place. But the key to the world of ebook readers is content: the books, the bestsellers. People still love...

  • Kobo now available in multiple languages as Android app goes international
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    Kobo now available in multiple languages as Android app goes international

    By 3 August 2012

    Kobo has made its Android app available to a wider global audience by introducing five new languages to its ebook reading experience.  Along with English, the Kobo app is now available in French, Spanish, Italian, German and Dutch all of which get the...

  • Kobo Vox gains Google certification, Google Play, Gmail and apps for all
    Tablets

    Kobo Vox gains Google certification, Google Play, Gmail and apps for all

    By 14 June 2012

    Kobo has announced that its Kobo Vox eReader tablet will now come with Google certification, meaning owners will get access to the wider Android experience. One of our criticisms of the Kobo Vox, when we reviewed the 7-inch tablet-cum-ebook reader, was...

  • Kobo stores coming to WHSmith shops across the UK
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    Kobo stores coming to WHSmith shops across the UK

    By 20 April 2012

    Kobo, the Japanese ereading company, has announced that it is going to be opening up Kobo stores within 100 WHSmith shops across the UK. Kobo hardware has been sold through WHSmith on the high street, with the bookseller recently moving its online ebook...

  • WHSmith unleashes Kobo Vox tablet to steal Amazon's Fire
    Tablets

    WHSmith unleashes Kobo Vox tablet to steal Amazon's Fire

    By 23 November 2011

    Following the launch of the Kobo Touch ereader back in October, WHSmith has again teamed up with the Canadian company to bring the Kobo Vox to the UK. The Kobo Vox was announced across the pond last month as well, but WHSmith quite rightly point out that...