With Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite starting to ship tomorrow, Barnes & Noble has raised the stakes by dropping the price of its Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight from $139 to $119.
Barnes & Noble has released details of its new Nook HD range of Android tablets, which are aimed squarely at Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD line and Google’s Nexus 7. The new tablets are on pre-order now and will start shipping in late October. These are aggressively priced, with the 8GB 7 inch Nook HD selling for $199 (just like the Kindle Fire HD). But of more interest is the 16GB 9 inch version which starts at just $269, compared to $299 for Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 8.9″.
The epic battle between Amazon and Barnes & Noble continues to heat up, thanks to a new video service coming for B&N. Alright, so the battle isn’t exactly that hot. Amazon is clearly the winner when it comes both to e-readers and its highly successful Kindle Fire line. Can Nook Video change thing’s up, though?
Does the Barnes & Noble Nook line have what it takes to compete in the tablet war? Nook sales are stagnating as the 7-inch tablet market heats up.
Barnes & Noble announced plans today that it is bringing its Nook devices and content over to the UK market this fall. The Simple Touch (regular and GlowLight version) will both arrive to stores around mid-October with an unnamed partner in the UK.
SkyHook has recently announced that they have partnered with Barnes & Noble for developing GPS-like capabilities for the latter’s otherwise GPS radio lacking NOOK series.
Barnes & Noble reduces the prices of its Nook line-up in order to compete in the increasingly popular 7-inch tablet space. The three 7-inch Android tablets are all now temptingly cheap.
Though Microsoft is no stranger to patent battles of its own, the company isn’t shy of reaching a win-win settlement with other corporations. It looks like Redmond just killed... two birds with one stone when it decided to jump into the e-book market by investing in Barnes & Noble’s Nook reader, while settling its patent lawsuit against the e-reader company.
Tablets are gaining popularity these days as a means for extending the functionality of desktops and laptops. Tablets are lightweight, compact, and not only smart enough for productivity but also great... companions for reading ebooks while on the go. Most tablets come in various shapes and sizes, from 5.3 inch phoneblet hybrids to 10.1 inch monster displays.
If you intend to read ebooks on your An...
The NOOK Tablet is a great Android tablet for book lovers out there–and Barnes and Noble has just formally announced its price and availability. Relatively priced cheaper than its competitors,... you can own the device by preordering now for US$249. We could see the NOOK Tablet in store shelves this coming November 17, at your favorite Best Buy outlet.
Under the hood of the NOOK Tablet sits a...