just download an APK file from the web and you're good to go.
about a year ago in the Nook Color, but this time with a few upgrades. If it isn't broke, don't fix it - is that what this is all about? Our hands-on here and our eventual review of this device will tell the tale.
urged US regulators to investigate Microsoft's patents and the claims therein. B&N asserts that Microsoft is trying to drive up the price of the Android devices it competes with, thereby making its own Windows Phone 7 more attractive to manufacturers and consumers.
NOOK Tablet aims to do all the talking itself and start its own fire. Today at the NYC event B&N unveiled their newest 7" Android tablet, some might still want to call it an e-reader although its more of a consumption device and tablet than anything. This tablet tablet comes rocking a 1.0 GHz dual-core processor to help it become much more than just an e-reader. We have some hands-on impressions below
official announcement, but according to the BN website, the device will be available on November the 18th. Enthusiastic Nook fans can pre-order one now at the full price of $249. The Nook Color and Nook SimpleTouch have already been reduced to their new prices of $199 and $99 respectively.
NOOK event in NYC, they took a little time in between singing the praises of the Nook Tablet and telling you why you shouldn't buy a Kindle Fire to officially lower the price of their e-ink model, the Nook SimpleTouch. The 6-inch reader will drop to a price of just $99.
an event in New York City today, Barnes & Noble announced the next iteration of their NOOK line, the Nook Tablet. The device shares a lot of DNA with the Nook Color, a sleeper hit from last year thanks to its relatively low price and high-quality screen. But the Nook Tablet holds no illusions as a "color e-reader": it's a full-on media tablet, with the updated specs to match.
NOOK 2 announcement event is set for November 7th but apparently it will be called the NOOK Tablet and will be available come November 16th, just in time to compete with the Kindle Fire.
Daily Steals has a refurbished version of Barnes & Noble's versatile wifi 7-incher for just $150 - only a few dollars more than an e-ink Nook or Kindle, and well below any brand-name Android tablet you're likely to see at the moment.