Tag: ereader

Tech You Should Have at Home in the Event of a Power Outage

By Christine Persaud
If you have ever experienced a power outage, you know how much of an inconvenience it can be. That is why it’s a good idea to have a selection of tech items at home to use in the event of a power outage.

International Women’s Day: Bringing Inclusivity to Publishing

By Yasmin Ranade
Technology can underpin inclusivity, especially in online publishing. Reach, availability, (potentially) lower cost, content, and the medium of epublishing allows more people to share and access information, but is all digital content accessible to everyone?

What Canadians Read This Year

By Yasmin Ranade
In this time of great societal change, romance, inspiring biographies and soulful stories about the human condition have captured the minds of Canadian readers.

Reading Surge in Canada in 2020

By Yasmin Ranade
It’s been a busy year for reading, according to Rakuten Kobo. Canadian Kobo readers spent the equivalent of 6,932 years reading in 2020, 570 more years than 2019.

Tech Categories That Are Growing Like Wildfire Due To The Pandemic

By Christine Persaud
Wearable devices, portable Bluetooth speakers, and truly wireless headphones are a few of the popular big categories from the past few years. But in 2020, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are specific categories of products that are picking up steam that might not necessarily have been on the radar before, or at least not been quite as popular as they are now.

Tech Gifts For Someone Who Just Picked Up A New Hobby

By Christine Persaud
As we continue to deal with COVID-19, a lot of people have extra time on their hands since they aren’t going out and about after work or on the weekends. And while some are filling it by binge watching TV shows, reorganizing the house, or spending more time with the kids, others have picked up new hobbies.

Reviewing the Kobo Nia

By Ted Kritsonis

If you have simple needs when it comes to an eReader, the Kobo Nia is built to offer little else but actually reading.