The Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ is more than an ereader, as it also offers a full entertainment experience that includes apps, TV shows, movies, and much more.
Barnes & Noble has reported its sales results for the holiday season, and it seems like the Nook wasn't on too many Christmas wish lists last month. Get more from TechnologyGuide.
The number of people reading eBooks on the rise, but it seems to be at the expense of people reading physical books. Even though the total number of readers decreased this year, eBook reading still increased 7 percent.
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In hopes of attracting gift buyers, the Nook Simple Touch from Barnes & Noble is now available for $80. This ereader first debuted last year, and previously sold for $100.
Plenty of people will be traveling this holiday season, and to keep the luggage light, a tablet might be the perfect companion, for people of all ages. You can learn more from TechnologyGuide.
You may own a Kindle full of eBooks, but in reality, the only thing you truly own is the Kindle. You only license the books, and Amazon can revoke that license at any time. Get all the details from TechnologyGuide.
Who needs a tablet? Bookworms know that eReaders offer the most pleasant reading experience, by far. There are multiple Kindles and NOOKs available, here are the best.
It looks like our friends across the pond will have a variety of eReaders to choose from this holiday season, as Barnes & Noble has just launched its first Nook eReaders in the U.K., bringing the Nook Simple Touch and its Glowlight brethren to the land of crumpets and tea.
After a seven-year legal battle, Google and the Association of American Publishers (AAP) have agreed to a settlement over creating digital copies of books in the Internet giant's quest to become the world?s biggest digital library of books and journals.
Those looking for the latest-generation of ereader from Amazon can now buy it: the online retail giant begun sales of the Kindle Paperwhite. This device has an eInk screen and a built-in light.
The NOOK Simple Touch with GlowLight debuted in the Spring for $140. That price has now been reduced -- a move that is happening on the day before a rival ereader is released.
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