Posts Tagged: "barnes and noble"

Kobo Touch

Kobo Touch Review

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I like eReaders. I like the idea of them far more then the practice of using one, the idea that you can carry about hundreds or thousands of books in a little device that’s easy to hold, take anywhere, etc. It doesn’t have the zest nor the finality of a...

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Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet (hands on)

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If Barnes & Noble’s original Nook Color, which debuted late last year, blurred the line between e-reader and tablet, the freshly unveiled Nook Tablet completely erases it. It’s a tablet, no question (it’s right there in the name), even though the Nook brand began as a dedicated e-reading device. B&N...

Nook Simple Touch

Nook Simple Touch Release Date and Price, $139 & June 30th

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Generally speaking a product’s life cycle includes one of additional features and more bang for buck.  The Nook Simple Touch is anything but that. It costs $139 and includes a 6-inch e-ink touchscreen.  Unlike B&N’s other Nooks, there is no color screen or Android OS.  It’s a simple as pie...

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B&N Updates Nook Apps For iPhone & iPad, PC

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Barnes & Noble has updated their Nook apps for iPhone/iPod Touch, PC and iPad today, including a new “rating” feature that lets you give high or low marks to e-books for sale in the store. The app has been updated to best take advantage of the iPhone 4’s Retina Display,...

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Barnes & Noble Release Nook App For Android

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Nook, Barnes & Noble’s stab at the e-reader market, has officially released its app for Android smartphones today. Android phones running 1.6 or higher can download the app, which gives them access to the Nook’s entire e-library, and lets them resume wherever they left off in a book on the...

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B&N Unveils WiFi-Only Nook, 3G Price Drop

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After rumors and speculation, Barnes & Noble officially confirmed today the release of a WiFi only version of their Nook e-reader. The Nook WiFi comes in at $149, a low price point for the e-reader market, and has all the same specs besides the 3G removal, including the dual displays...