For those of you that don’t know, NOOKcolor is an Android-run reader-centric tablet from Barnes & Noble, one that recently hit the news again due to it’s 1,000,000 downloads of apps in it’s first week of
Barnes & Noble has updated its NOOK for Android app, with a new tablet-friendly UI and the introduction of NOOK Newsstand periodical support. Over 140 titles are available through the digital magazine system, including ESPN
In case you didn’t know, earlier this year American Airlines released an application for Android that makes your airport life much, much easier. You can check your flight status, flight schedules, and even book your flight.
There’s a great line in the movie Apollo 13 where Gene Kranz, the flight director of the mission, says “I don’t care what it’s designed to do, I care what it CAN do!” That couldn’t be more true
Today Barnes & Noble have updated the NOOK for Android app. Not the actual NOOKcolor but the Nook app in the Android Market. Not to be confused with the actual NOOK device. Nook for Android has been updated to v2.5 and along
Apparently the creators of NOOKcolor (and Nook) are continuing to insist that these aren’t simply Android tablets locked up and ready for reading. Can you imagine? Indeed there are big initiatives being set forth by Barnes
News has it that Barnes & Noble have stopped shipments of their successful NOOKcolor Android tablet ereader. This color reader has seen great coverage in the Android developer community because of its enticing hardware and
We all know eReader’s are the future of reading. Even though they allow you to carry thousands of books in a single lightweight device, the experience of holding a book just can’t be replaced by some.
Barnes & Noble has released a new firmware update for the NOOKcolor ereader. v1.1.1 mainly consists of tweaks and bugfixes, but those using the 7-inch slate primarily as a tablet will likely be pleased by the addition of
We’ve heard countless reports of just how well the NOOK eBook reader has been doing. It seems that Barnes & Noble were not even expecting the numbers they are seeing. But with an Android-based color eReader, how could