Barnes & Noble’s popular eBook reader application, NOOK, has received some very appreciated updates with it’s third update in seven weeks of being on the platform. Barnes & Noble has been really receptive of user
Barnes & Noble has released its Android ereader app, promising synchronization with existing ebook download libraries and the ability to access the retailers more than one million titles direct from your Android smartphone.
If you’re into eReaders this is double the good news for you. Not only has Barnes & Noble introduced a new version of their Android powered Nook but they have lowered the price of their existing models. And to top it all
If you’re in the market for an eReader, the Barnes &Noble Nook is the perfect choice for you. This Android powered eReader will be available for sale at Best Buy on April 18th. The Nook will cost $259.99 and will also be on
Today Gizmodo got a tip that the eReader will be receiving an update today. There are already reports of users receiving it.
It’s not quite the regular Android Community smartphone fare, but underneath the reskin Barnes & Noble’s nook ebook reader packs Google’s open-source OS. Over at SlashGear there’s a full review of
As we all know, nowadays many companies love suing others for any little thing they can find, but sometimes those lawsuits have a real case. Well, Spring Design, maker of the Alex, a Android-based dual-display ebook design, is
Barnes & Noble officially unveiled its slick Nook eBook reader last week that will be powered by Android. The cool reader has an e-Ink display for reading and a secondary color display for viewing other content. At the time
Ebook reader apps for Android have been in the Android Market for some time now, but we’ve yet to see a production ebook device that uses Google’s open-source platform. That could change imminently, however, with
We can thank the Amazon Kindle for all of the renewed interest in eReaders over the last year. The Kindle wasn’t the first eReader, but it certainly grabbed the attention of buyers and commands the majority of the reader