It’s an e-reader. It’s a tablet. Meet the NOOKcolor by Barnes & Noble.
Barnes & Noble just unveiled the successor to the original NOOK, which is a 7 inch Android-powered tablet that claims to be “The ultimate reading experience”. The NOOKcolor is already available for pre-order on bn.com at $249 and is expected to ship around ... Read More »
Barnes & Noble is expanding the overall Nook eBook reader experience with the addition of new firsts and features.
Android OS updates, B&N eReader, Firefox, and HTC Sense UI.
The first Android-powered eReader gets a minor software update.
Barnes & Noble device hacked 120 hours after release.
Reports suggest first update as early as this weekend.
The Nook has finally arrived. And while a full review is still on the way, today we thought we’d better get up an unboxing with initial impressions and photos of the hottest e-reader on the market this Christmas season.
We are now hoping to get a Nook by December 9th.
If you were wanting a Nook, time is running out.
It was only a week ago that we learned Barnes & Noble was preparing an Android-powered eReader and now the device is official. Nook was unveiled yesterday and is already available for pre-order at $259. B&N is pushing Nook as “The world’s most advanced eBook reader” and we tend to agree with them.