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Kobo Announces Availability For Tablet Computers In February 2010

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Kobo Announces Availability For Tablet Computers In February 2010

With applications in development for Windows 7, Android and additional operating systems, Kobo, Inc. today announced that the service will be available for various tablet and slate computers in February 2010.

Kobo (www.kobobooks.com) is a global eReading service that offers mobile applications on the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Palm Pre, as well as support for netbooks and dedicated eReaders, like the Sony eReader.

Kobo's selection of popular books includes more than two million titles with content from major publishers including Random House, Harper Collins, Hachette, Simon & Schuster, Penguin and Harlequin.

"This announcement is in line with our mission to deliver the best eReading experience on any device," said Michael Serbinis, Chief Executive Officer of Kobo.

"2010 is proving to be the year of the tablet and we are working with major OEMs to ensure that Kobo apps are made available on those devices. Tablets give Kobo an opportunity to deliver eBooks, newspapers, and magazines to readers on yet another screen that is well equipped for reading."

Free Kobo applications for tablet computers will be available beginning February 2010. Kobo's applications will provide support for Windows 7, Android, and other key operating systems. Running on these platforms, Kobo will remain in sync across various devices, allowing users to read on their iPhone then switch to their tablet and continue where they left off.

Core to Kobo's strategy is making eReading available everywhere and on any device, and the company believes the tablet platform is a significant new form factor for eReading. Kobo supports open standards like ePUB format, which gives readers the flexibility to read on any device.

For more information or to download Kobo, please visit www.kobobooks.com.

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