Barnes & Noble has sent out official invitations to an event on May 24, where the eReader manufacturer and bookstore giant will almost certainly announce the newest member of its NOOK family.
After just a few weeks with NOOK Apps available to NOOK Color users, Barnes & Noble has announced that one million applications have been downloaded for the eReader-turned-tablet.
A recent update to the NOOK for Android app and NOOK Newsstand has brought several improvements to the services from Barnes & Noble, not the least of which are full Android tablet optimization and an augmented selection of more than 140 periodicals.
Barnes & Noble has recently made statements that the NOOK manufacturer is on the cusp of releasing an all new eReader, and that an official announcement will be made before the end of May.
Now that the v1.2 update for NOOK Color has brought app support to the eReader/tablet, developers can begin creating new games and tools for the device. Astraware is getting in early on the game front, offering four new titles through NOOK Apps.
Amazon, currently one of the most successful eReader manufacturers in the world, is proceeding with unspoken plans to begin the development and production of an Amazon tablet.
The Amazon Kindle with Special offers was not supposed to be available until May 3, but Amazon is ahead of schedule with the uniquely subsidized new version of the eReader.
Barnes & Noble has officially launched the long-awaited update for its NOOK Color, bringing a multitude of new and enhanced features to the eReader, including apps and email.
The Amazon Kindle app for Android finally feels at home on Honeycomb, thanks to an update released today that optimizes the e-reader app for tablets.
Rumors of an Amazon Android tablet have been floating around the internet for months, and given credence with the recent launch of the Amazon Appstore for Android. Now some details are beginning to emerge, suggesting Samsung might actually build the Amazon tablet.
Every generation of the Amazon Kindle, as well as all versions of the free Kindle reading app, will open up libraries to eReader users across the United States, and they won't even have to open the library door.
They may look alike, but tablets are not one-size-fits-all devices. Different tablets have different features that appeal to different users. As such, mom's tablet may not be the best fit for dad, and the soon-to-be grad may want something entirely different. TabletPCReview helps break it all down.
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