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The bookseller unveils a lighter, brighter E Ink reader.
Barnes & Noble extends the dirt-cheap deals it offered for Father’s Day.
TechCrunch is reporting that they’ve obtained internal documents containing an offer from Microsoft to buy Barnes & Noble’s Nook business.
Mother’s Day deals from Amazon and Barnes & Noble do look enticing, but they don’t represent your last chance to score a decent tablet for cheap. Hang tight; the next few months should be a lot of fun to watch.
The walled garden around the venerable bookseller’s reading-centric tablets is coming down.
Barnes & Noble is reportedly rethinking its Nook tablet business, and may focus more on licensing content to other hardware makers.
Now that 2012 is over, the “Wall Street Journal” is pondering whether the e-reader era is coming to an end. Is it time to write e-readers’ obituary?
In the short history of post-iPad tablets, the holiday 2012 season is shaping up as an important moment — the first time that there will be a bunch of decent low-priced models to choose from. You’ve got your Google Nexus 7. Your …
A “search and replace” by Barnes & Noble switched every mention of “kindled” to “nookd” in Tolstoy’s classic.
Microsoft and Barnes & Noble are joining hands to form a new Barnes & Noble subsidiary that’ll be dubbed “Newco” (get it?) until someone comes up with a better name. The “strategic” venture, into which Microsoft says it will pour …
If ever a technology was defined by its highs and lows, it’s E Ink, the monochrome screen system used in e-book readers from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Sony and other companies.
Its virtues are downright amazing. E Ink uses power …