Kobo Inc., the Toronto-based e-reader and e-books firm owned by Tokyo-based Rakuten, announced three new Android tablets and a new e-ink reader last week. The new e-ink reader, Kobo Aura, will launch Sept.
Shockingly in today's digital world, traditional children's books aren't dead yet. Digital books still haven't replaced the original kind made out of paper and ink designed just for miniature minds. And according to
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple and five large publishers, accusing the companies of working together to raise prices of e-books.Defendants in the lawsuit, filed Wednesday, are
Apple on Thursday bought traditional textbooks to the digital age with the new iBooks 2, a tablet application that will bring in support for multimedia textbooks for a more interactive and engaging learning
Published on: January 19th, 2012 Agam Shah and Roman Loyola @itbusinessca
Toronto-based Kobo Inc. shouldn't suffer a major loss as its U.S. distributor declares bankruptcy and there may be a silver lining in Borders Inc.'s Chapter 11 filing and reorganization, according to e-reader industry
With summer here at last, offices are emptying out as workers head out for some well-deserved R&R.Even vacation-shy tech managers are venturing out of their cubicles, and when they do, they're trading their