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Tolino Offers More Color eBook Reading

GoodeReader writes about Tolino’s addition to the Color eBook Revolution in its new Shine, Shine Color and Vision Color eReaders.

Color Kobo eReaders Priced to Dominate

Ars Technica adds to the discussion on Kobo/Rakuten’s affordable new lineup of color eReaders.

Kobo Beats Kindle with Affordable Libra Colour and Clara Colour eReaders

TechRadar reports on the affordable new Kobo Libra Colour and the Kobo Clara Colour eReaders.

Apple OLED iPad Pro a Game Changer?

The Verge delves into the rumored upcoming release of the Apple OLED iPad Pro.

Kindle Scribe and the Kobo Elipsa 2E eNote Tablets Compared

Android Police compares the Kindle Scribe and the Kobo Elipsa 2E eNote-taking tablets.

Kindle Paperwhite and iPad Mini 6 as Manga Readers

Tom’s Guide compares Kindle Paperwhite and iPad Mini 6 for reading manga.

Kobo Libra Colour and Clara Colour eReaders Launch in May

GoodeReader reports that Kobo Rakuten’s Libra Colour and Clara Colour eReaders are slated for a May release.

Apple Pencil 3 is Set to Surprise

9TO5Mac is spreading rumors about the new Apple Pencil 3.

Apple iPad Update Reviewed

TechRadar talks about the Apple iPad update.