The Barnes & Noble quarterly earnings report was almost totally bad news. Earnings, revenue, and sales — all down. The forerunner for the eReading craze has fallen far behind as of late, but there is one bright spot. A new
Barnes & Noble, the lone remaining major brick-and-mortar bookseller, has received an acquisition offer. The potential buyer, G Asset Management, is proposing a 51% stake in either Barnes & Noble proper, or their Nook
Barnes & Noble’s Nook tablets are among the better tablets around, but they don’t sell. Perhaps it’s their heritage as an eReader dissuading tablet users, or the limited Nook store they were subject to for so long.
Perhaps doomed from the start, news now suggests Barnes & Noble’s Nook division is seeing a shakeup. Management has left, with even the CTO having abandoned his post. Further complicating issues is news that the head of
Barnes & Noble’s newest Nook has shown up in benchmark testing, this time sporting a Tegra 4 chipset. The tablet, which has yet to be launched despite continued rumors it would be throughout the year, has taken another step
Amidst a discouraging loss in their first quarter 2014 fiscal report, Barnes & Nobles renewed its commitment to its NOOK devices, hinting to at least one release scheduled for the holiday season and more under development.
Barnes & Noble has announced a NOOK Video app for Android. The app is already available in the Play Store and it brings the ability to rent or buy movies and television shows from Barnes & Noble. There is also support for
CyanogenMod announced support for the Barnes & Noble NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ tablets earlier in the week. The catch was, while the support was announced the downloads were not yet available. That being said, those who happen to
Creating custom ROMs is no easy task, especially when you’ve become so famous that people expect your ROM to work on the majority of devices in the wild. And yet the people over at CyanogenMod seem to be able to work
Last month the folks from Barnes & Noble confirmed they’ll no longer be working on and manufacturing the NOOK tablet. Instead, the company will license out the brand moving forward, instead of building their own. At