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I then transferred the book to a Kobo Aura e-reader.
Jean-Marc Dupuis, managing director of EMEA, Kobo, said: "Digital reading continues to rise across the globe and we're thrilled to be entering GCC countries to offer readers with best in class E Ink eReaders and eBookstore.
regions with success so it was a natural fit when choosing someone to represent Kobo in the region," said Jean-Marc Dupuis, Managing Director of EMEA, Kobo.
Mr Redgrave stated that he was looking forward he change in digital infrastructure from Denbighshire County Council which would enable the school to use the kobos to their full potential.
So you found the crack," further said Reeves to the website about possibility of re-introducing Kobo.
Chief executive Kate Swann said the Kobo eReaders, which compete against Amazon's Kindle and Apple's iPad, had performed well in High Street stores.
I was intrigued, then, when Kobo asked me to review this touch-screen reader.
Twenty-five brand new Kobo eReader Touch Editions have been added to the library's cuttingedge collection and available for checkout.
com)-- Deyun Wu, BookieJar's CEO and co-founder, today announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Kobo, a global eReading service, which will allow writers and publishers with eBooks sold on BookieJar.
They're called the All-New Nook ($140) and the Kobo Touch Edition ($130).
The offer follows the launch of the Borders-branded e-Book store, powered by e-Reading service Kobo, as well as the release of Borders' BlackBerry, Android, iPad and iPhone e-Reading applications, also powered by Kobo.
Kobo eReader: The appeal of this no-frills device ($149)--no wireless function, capacity for only 1,000 tides--is diminished as prices have come down.
Pretoria Academic Hospital spokesperson Fredah Kobo said she was not aware of any incidents of foreigners being mistreated.
The house occupies a corner plot with good views of Mount Kobo across a valley to the south.
Text by Carol Dixon and Kimiko Hahn, presumably based on Kobo Abe's novel Woman in the Dunes, which inspired the work, is projected onto the proscenium in both English and Japanese.