Hooray! It's real! Today's Barnes & Noble "Very Special Event" has turned out to be exactly what many were predicting: the presentation of the color version of the Nook, called correctly: "Nook Color." It's focused very hard
Barnes & Noble's NOOK Color Android ereader tablet has seemingly leaked from the company's own accessories pages, with a screen protector film being illustrated with a photo of the tablet itself. Expected to be officially
Oh shiny! It's always exciting to see a device transform from monotone to color. Remember way back when Gameboy did it? That was radical. Next Tuesday, a source telling CNET says, Barnes & Noble will be making a similar (in a
Barnes & Noble ladies and gentlemen get your digital page turning fingers out and strap on your sitting shoes, because there's going to be some excellent additions to your cherished NOOK device come November 2010. Items
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.
Barnes & Noble's has comes up with the latest v1.4 firmware for your nook but it will make you lose all of your root access from previous firmware. However, nookDevs have a great solution with v1.4 firmware that already been
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. Continue Reading...
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 the dual-display device,