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Mass of Sick Self-Published Porn Pulled From Amazon, WHSmith and Kobo Book Stores

Publicity surrounding the discovery of stacks of sick self-published erotic novels has resulted in Amazon, WHSmith and Barnes & Nobles pulling a range of amateur sex ebooks, said to include horrific incest and rape porn fiction that was popping up in uncensored search listings. Read More >>

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Kobo Has Three Tablets and a Smaller Aura E-reader for Your Plastic Pile

Kobo's been busy updating and refreshing its e-reader and tablet range, with four newly invigorated and resized devices set to arrive over the next month or so. Read More >>

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Kobo Aura HD Review: A Beautiful Reader Screen Trapped in an Ugly Body

Everyone loves a pretty screen. The Kobo Aura HD is aiming to lead that charge in the ereader space. Armed with a best-in-class screen and an unusually powerful processor under the hood, the Aura HD tries its best to be a real luxury reader. It doesn't quite make it. Read More >>

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Would More "HD" Make You Buy an E-Reader?

For those of you who can no longer deal with standard definition e-ink displays, Kobo finally has the answer. The Canadian e-reader manufacturer has unleashed the Aura HD e-reader with a eye-bleedingly 265 dpi-crisp display. That's 20 per cent denser than Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite, but does anyone really care? Read More >>

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5 Ways Ereaders Are Still Better Than Tablets

The Age of the Ereader is drawing to an close. That's the drumbeat this week, after iSuppli pegged the year-over-year decline of reader sales at a staggering 36 per cent. It makes sense; why get a fuddy little Kobo when there are cheap Kindle Fires aplenty to be had? Turns out, plenty of reasons. Tablets are great, sure. But ereaders — in so many ways —are even better. Here's why. Read More >>

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Kobo Arc and Kobo Glo: Can a Tablet and eReader From an Underdog Upstage Amazon?

Despite its relative success in the US, the Nook eReader and tablet from Barnes and Noble have often been viewed as underdog devices trying to go up against the Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire. So imagine the position that Kobo is in with its 6-inch Kobo Glo eReader and 7-inch Kobo Arc Android tablet. Yep. Read More >>

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Kobo Ereader Is Today's Half-Price-Kindle Deal of the Day

We’re well into the era of the e-reader now – the ‘e-readera’ if you like. All across the land, millions of us are hurling our old books into the sea as we embrace the digital alternative. Aren’t we? Read More >>

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10p-a-Pop Android Apps Are Your Pocket-Full-of-Fun Deal of the Day

Dig, if you will, a picture of a sock filled with 10p pieces being hurled out of a window. Now imagine a sock filled with fun coming straight back in through said window. That’s what we’ve got for you today. Erm, sort of. Read More >>

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ASDA Undercuts Amazon's Kindle With £67 Kobo E-Reader

We saw the Kobo Wi-Fi launch with WH Smith in the UK, but now ASDA has taken the fight to Amazon's Kindle, at least on price. At £67 the Kobo Wi-Fi is £12 cheaper than Amazon's Kindle, although it's both heavier and of questionably lower quality. But if you're looking for a cheap E-Ink-packing reader for Christmas, at £67 you won't find much better for less -- in-store and online come Friday. Read More >>

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WHSmith Unveils Kobo Vox Android-Powered Colour LCD "Social" Ereader For the UK

In another attempt to make itself relevant again, WHSmith has launched a colour ereader-come-tablet, the Kobo Vox. The 7-inch colour slate packs 8GB of storage, is powered by an 800MHz processor and runs Gingerbread with access to the Android Market. Read More >>

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WH Smith Launching Kobo, Another Entirely Unnecessary E-Reader

UK magazine, sweeties and celebrity autobiography retailer WH Smith has signed a deal with Canadian e-reader company Kobo, which will see the high street chain selling its e-reader over here, complete with access to "2.2m titles". Read More >>

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