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Barnes & Noble to focus more on content licensing than hardware, says NYT

by: David GonzalesFebruary 25, 2013
Barnes & Noble is reportedly going to change its course in the e-book reader market in order to focus more on digital content licensing deals with other companies.
 
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Barnes and Noble’s NOOK Simple Touch is now only $79

by: Tanay SoodDecember 8, 2012
Looking for a e-reader on a budget? Barnes and Noble's NOOK Simple Touch has now become an even more compelling option. Starting tomorrow, Barnes and Noble will start selling them for a very reasonable $79, down from the regular price of $99.
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Barnes & Noble launches its Nook lineup in the UK, Nook HD and HD+ coming only in November

by: Bams SadewoOctober 29, 2012
Calling all book aficionados – the digital kind – in the UK! Barnes & Noble is bringing its Nook Simple Touch Glowlight to fervent readers in the country alongside the Nook HD and Nook HD+ Android tablets.
 
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Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight announced, to go on sale on May 1 for $139

by: AdrianApril 13, 2012

Even though Barnes & Noble’s Nook Tablet has been clearly overshadowed by Amazon’s Kindle Fire, the basic Nook e-readers are still on top of  the shopping and wish lists of many users. However, the e-ink gadget was clearly in need of a refresh, as the Nook Simple Touch, the second generation of e-book readers from Barnes & Noble, was released almost a year ago. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait much more for a new and improved Nook Simple Touch, as the latest model has just gone up for pre-order, with shipments set to start on May 1.

The new Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight is pretty much the same as the old Simple Touch, with one very important upgrade. As [...]

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Multi-touch hack for Nook Simple Touch lets you play Angry Birds on your e-reader

by: Bams SadewoApril 9, 2012

If you don’t want to cough up the extra money to get Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color, which is one of the cheaper Android tablets in the market, but you are willing to engage in some Frankenstein-style experiments with the Nook Simple Touch, the following hack will turn the monochrome e-reader into a respectable Android tablet, complete with multi-touch capability!

The bright minds at XDA-Developers have found new ways for you to be more productive when using the Nook Simple Touch. Well, it remains to be seen how productive you will be once you discover that you can play Angry Birds on the Nook Simple Touch’s monochrome e-ink screen.

While B&N’s [...]

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