It seems Barnes and Noble’s Nook Tablet isn’t too keen on being shown up by Amazon’s Kindle Fire in the sales department. The more-powerful Nook Tablet is certainly the better spec’d tablet on paper, and with only a $50 higher price tag, it probably should be selling more than it is. Nevertheless, the major ... Read More »
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The Kindle Fire is about to get some pretty decent competition in the full-color ereader market. According to The Digital Reader, multiple sources have confirmed that the Barnes and Noble Nook Color 2 is set to launch on November 7th, a full 8 days sooner than the latest offering from Amazon.
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At a press event in NYC, Barnes and Noble just took the wraps off a shiny new Nook. The device it’s supposed to replace the first generation black-and-white Nook. According to Barnes and Noble, the new Nook is the easiest to use and read eReader on the market. With 37 less buttons than ... Read More »
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The official Barnes and Noble NOOK application has received an update today, with full support for 7+ inch tablets. NOOK for Android now features an optimized library grid view as well as enhancements to margins and spacings to provide a more-enjoyable reading experience for large, higher-resolution devices.
In addition to full-color magazine articles, ... Read More »
The fine people over at XDA have another trophy on their wall in the form of the Barnes and Noble NOOK Color.
The team has so far shown off the tablet/e-reader running Angry Birds, launcher pro, and a couple other extras. Reportedly Angry Birds runs “as smoothly as on the Galaxy Tab,” but there hasn’t ... Read More »
As we promised earlier this week, Barnes and Noble this morning officially launched their Nook-branded e-reader application for the Android market.
nook for Android will allow users to access their ebook library and shop for over a million ebooks from the nook store right from their Android device. nook has all the conveniences you’d ... Read More »
Well, well…what have we here?
I’ve just received an email from Barnes and Noble asking me to (for a limited time only) start my eReader collection for free by downloading several books from their classic collection. This, of course, is not news in and of itself, but upon scrolling down to the bottom of the ... Read More »